The NWT budget has brought out daily protests in front of the Legislature since Tuesday.
Priscilla Judas is one of those student’s who’s Social Work Program is on the budget chopping block.
“There’s no social workers in Wekweeti whatsoever, it is really hard for children in outlying communities, there’s no one for them to talk to. So they should think of keeping the program open for everybody,” said Judas.
Frame Lake MLA Kevin O’Reilly sympathizes with the students and disagrees with the cuts facing Aurora College.
“Cabinet had decided to cut the budget for Aurora College by 3.8 million dollars, the college had to find away to deal with that, but I dont think people are prepared to accept these cuts at this time,” O’Reilly told CKLB.
The Budget session resumes on Tuesday.
— CKLB RADIO (@CKLBRADIO) February 9, 2017