The Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board is among a handful of boards to teach an innovative program. Beginning next September the board will offer an Aboriginal youth entrepreneurship program to its high school students. The Huron-Superior board is among 10 boards in Ontario and 44 across the country to offer the program. As the name suggests, the program teaches First Nation, Metis and Inuit students about entrepreneurship. The curriculum includes creating a business plan for an e-commerce business and learning what it takes to set-up a business from scratch. It also encourages them to pursue post-secondary education.