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Spirit of Vancouver Award Video

Feature stories for 1995

•Bringing the Community into the Classroom
•Corporate Class Act
•Education Partnerships: A World View
•Environmental Careers
•Experience Students Can Bank On
•First Nations Perspective on Forestry
•Gazing Into The Job Jar
•Home Schooling: A Learning Lifestyle
•New First Nations Curriculum
•Partnerships Build Better Professionals/Chevron Pumped on Partnerships
•Robert Kennedy: Protected Advocate Strategy
•Students Give Failing Grade to Forestry Debate
•To Conserve and Protect

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