By Emily Blake THE CANADIAN PRESS YELLOWKNIFE-The Northwest Territories has begun piloting a new northern studies course for Grade 12 students with an emphasis on reconciliation. The elective course was created in the N.W.T. through engagement with Indigenous governments, education bodies, curriculum consultants and working groups. The territory says it covers a range of topics, including oral history and traditions, colonization, missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. The territory says it plans to use feedback from the pilot and launch a final version of the course across all schools in September. It is also working with the charitable Gordon Foundation to offer three pilots that simulate for high school students what it would be like to implement and negotiate treaties. The simulations aim
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