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`Where’s your orange T shirt now?’

 By Peter Jackson  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter When she went to university, Lela Evans says, she had a hard time adjusting. “When I was going to university, I would only write on the right-hand side of the page,” the Torngat Mountains MHA told The Telegram Wednesday, Oct. 26. “I would have to look up things because a lot of stuff that was being said in class, I didn’t understand. I had to look up words and look up phrases.” Evans, who grew up in Makkovik on the coast of Labrador, says the cultural divide is real, and makes hands-on education all that more important for Inuit communities like hers. “We are in a community surrounded by the Inuktitut language. We’re surrounded by the Inuit culture, and the learning is different,”

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