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City of Yellowknife advocates for a clear Post-Secondary Vision and next Steps in advancing a Polytechnic University in the NWT

November 02, 2018 Following the release of the GNWT’s response to the Findings and Recommendations of the Aurora College Foundational Review, the City of Yellowknife is looking forward to the future of post-secondary education in the capital city. It has been the City’s position that Yellowknife is an optimal headquarters location, in part given the […]

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BC Government: Indigenous communities benefit from new child care partnerships

Nov. 2, 2018 VICTORIA – Indigenous children and their families soon will see increased child care planning supports to help connect them to the culturally sensitive programs and services they need to succeed. These supports are the result of new partnerships between the B.C. government and Métis Nation BC, the BC Aboriginal Child Care Society […]

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Iqaluit law student receives 2018 Laura Gauthier award – Nunatsiaq News

November 02, 2018 Jasmine Redfern recognized for her “tireless efforts to create community initiatives while juggling ambitious academic goals” In recognition of her “tireless efforts to create community initiatives while juggling ambitious academic goals,” Nunavut law student Jasmine Redfern of Iqaluit will receive the 2018 Qulliq Energy Corp. Laura Gauthier Scholarship, awarded since 2001 to […]

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Media Advisory: Carleton to Host Shannon Lecture on the Use of Canadian Archaeology Against Indigenous People

November 02, 2018 Carleton University’s?Department of History?will host the Shannon Lecture?Good Intentions, Bad Archaeology: The uses and abuses of Canadian archaeology against Indigenous peoplepresented by Kisha Supernant (University of Alberta). When: Friday, Nov. 9, 2018 from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Where: Room 2017, Dunton Tower, Carleton Info: This event is free and open to […]

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CBU to Celebrate Fall Convocation in Membertou

November 01, 2018 Cape Breton University will celebrate the success of more than 230 graduates with a Fall Convocation ceremony held Saturday, November 3, 2018, at the Membertou Trade and Convention Centre at 2:00 p.m. Among the graduates will be 31 members of CBU’s first Bachelor of Science, Nursing Advanced Standing program. Michael Cadegan?of Glace […]

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Mount Royal U: Olympic Symposium frames debate

Nov. 1, 2018 Making an informed decision when it comes time to vote on bidding for the 2026 Olympic Winter Games was the focus of a public forum hosted at Mount Royal University on Nov. 1. Proponents of the “yes” and “no” sides, as well as at least one fence sitter, presented their thoughts at […]

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A growing commitment to inclusion and reconciliation – Queen’s Gazette

November 2, 2018 Two new Associate Vice-Principal roles will help shape the strategic initiatives of the institution through the lens of inclusivity. The Queen’s administrative team is expanding to advance inclusivity, equity, and reconciliation initiatives across campus. Kanonhsyonne (Janice Hill) and Stephanie Simpson have accepted the inaugural positions of Associate Vice-Principal (Indigenous Initiatives and Reconciliation) […]

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The Indigo Love of Reading Foundation provides $1.1 million for books to over 600 Canadian schools

Annual grassroots Adopt a School fundraiser unites Indigo stores and local communities to raise funds for high-needs elementary school libraries TORONTO, Nov. 1,?2018? –?The Indigo Love of Reading Foundation is thrilled to announce the results of its 2018 Adopt a School program, providing?$1.1 million?for books to over 600 high-needs elementary school libraries across?Canada. Running from?September […]

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Province mandates UBC develop action plan in response to Truth and Reconciliation Commission – Ubyssey Online

Nov. 1, 2018 Spurred on by the province, UBC is working on a comprehensive action plan to advance its commitments to support Indigenous communities. Outlined in a letter from Minister of Advanced Education, Skills and Training Melanie Mark to BC’s public institutions, the mandate asks the university to develop a “comprehensive post-secondary strategy” in response […]

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BluEarth Announces Recipients of its 2018 Aboriginal Clean Energy Scholarship (ACES)

Calgary, Alberta – (October 31, 2018) BluEarth Renewables is pleased to announce it has awarded its 2018 Aboriginal Clean Energy Scholarship (ACES) to four recipients. This scholarship provides Canadian Indigenous students who have an interest in renewable energy, with financial support and skill development opportunities. “We are proud to award this scholarship to four deserving […]

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Trent U: Ph.D. Student Illuminates Resiliency of Indigenous Women’s Knowledge

Considering herself a grateful visitor to the traditional territories of the Michi Saagiig Nishhaabeg, Nahannee-fé Schuitemaker came to Trent University to engage with local Indigenous knowledge. Her research in North America and New Zealand is driven by a desire to develop a deeper connection to her own Kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk) culture, a resounding respect for global […]

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Canada’s newest Central Library opens its doors with historic celebration

The new Central Library opens in Calgary, creating a landmark destination for locals and visitors alike CALGARY, Nov. 1, 2018 – Today, the Calgary Public Library officially opens its doors to the highly anticipated new Central Library, representing a momentous occasion for the city of Calgary. The $245 million, globally recognized space is the latest […]

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Alumnus’ gift gives USask students from Iqaluit opportunity to attend Indigenous conference

SASKATOON—A generous gift from University of Saskatchewan (USask) alumnus Ken Fredeen (LLB’83) has allowed five USask students from Iqaluit to travel to Saskatoon for the first time since the Nunavut Law Program was established at the College of Law. Nov 1, 2018 Fredeen, General Counsel with Deloitte LLP, was recently selected as Canada’s General Counsel […]

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Calling for submissions: “Indigenous Me” Youth Publication Contest!

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Thunderhawks Women’s Hockey Host Invitational Tourney

THUNDER BAY, ON, November 1, 2018 – Confederation College’s Thunderhawks Women’s Hockey team will host seven teams at an invitational tournament on November 2 – 4 at the Fort William First Nation Arena. The Thunderhawks Invitational Women’s Hockey Tournament will include the Gray Owls and the Prairie Blaze from Manitoba, and the St. Thomas Aquinas […]

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U of Winnipeg: The Good Life, a documentary

UWinnipeg’s Dr. Carlos Colorado, Chair and Associate Professor of Religion and Culture, is screening a pre-release cut of his greatly anticipated film, The Good Life: Decolonizing the Secular on Monday, November 12 at 7:00 pm in Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall. It will be followed by a Q&A. The film features interviews with leaders, activists, academics, and experts […]

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Embodying our Truth: Indigenous Leadership in Motion Theme for 43rd Annual Elders & Traditional Peoples Gathering – Trent U

Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples from across the continent will gather this weekend at Trent University as part of the 43rd annual Elders and Traditional Peoples Gathering hosted by the First Peoples House of Learning (FPHL) and the Chanie Wenjack School for Indigenous Studies at Trent. “A gathering like this celebrates the importance of Indigenous knowledge […]

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Mohawk College: Building Futures

October 31, 2018 NPAAMB partners with Habitat for Humanity and Mohawk College on jobs training for Indigenous youth The Niagara Peninsula Aboriginal Area Management Board (NPAAMB) and Habitat for Humanity – Niagara have received $8 million to help more than 260 Indigenous youth in Niagara and across southern Ontario overcome barriers to job training and […]

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Humber Unveils Indigenous Cultural Markers

TORONTO, ONTARIO – Humber is honouring Indigenous voices and experiences with the installation of Indigenous Cultural Markers (ICMs) on the college’s campuses. The ICMs are designed to place the college in the context of the long history of Indigenous peoples in what is now called the Greater Toronto Area. The Honourable Elizabeth Dowdeswell, Lieutenant Governor […]

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Hunting has deeper meaning for new generation of enthusiasts, says philosopher – Folio

November 01 2018 Growing popularity of hunting reflects sustainability movements to reconnect people with their food sources. When a former NHL player recently posted photos on a social media account of himself with a bear and moose he legally shot, it triggered outrage. Tim Brent’s account was swamped with angry comments, to the point someone […]

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MUN: Hands-on fun at Health for All Festival

Oct. 31, 2018 Bring the whole family to celebrate Memorial University’s second annual Health for All Festival! The Health for All Festival is an opportunity for research teams and members of the public to engage and learn from one another with interactive exhibits, games and other activities. Kids can have fun learning about topics in […]

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Reconciling the truth – Brighter World McMaster

October 31, 2018 When it comes to human rights, theory and practice are inextricably linked for Bonny Ibhawoh. That’s because the director of McMaster’s Centre for Peace Studies started his career, not in academia, but as a practitioner and activist, working with the Danish National Centre for Human Rights in Copenhagen and then with the […]

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MUN: Researchers promote healthy living during free event

October 31, 2018 After a tremendous response last year, organizers of a family-friendly event aimed at raising awareness about health-related topics are hoping for a repeat this year. The second annual Health for All Festival takes place on Sunday, Nov. 4, at the St. John’s Farmer’s Market. The event is organized by the?Newfoundland and Labrador […]

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GCT#3 Education Logo Contest

October 30, 2018 PDF – Education Logo Contest Poster Grand Council Treaty #3 | Treaty #3 Education Logo Contest Grand Council Treaty #3 is hosting a logo contest for the Education department and the Treaty 33 Education Committee – comprised of education representatives from each Treaty #3 communities and First Nation Organizations. We are asking […]

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Government of NL: Statement – Provincial Government Recognizes Importance of Orange Shirt Day

The following statement was given today in the House of Assembly by the Honourable Dwight Ball, Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador: Mr. Speaker, I rise in this Honourable House to talk about the significance of Orange Shirt Day in acknowledging survivors of the residential school system. The colour orange is connected to Phyllis Webstad who […]

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Sault College Forestry Students Support Tree Planting Project With Garden River First Nation

(Sault Ste. Marie, ON October 30, 2018) – As part of a tree planting project with Garden River First Nation, first and second year Sault College Forestry students planted seeds for the future in an effort to improve sustainability of our forests and communities. Under the guidance of Professors Laurie Thompson and Bob Knudsen, students […]

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How the United Nations Declaration on Rights Changes Canada’s Relationship with Indigenous Peoples – CIGI

CIGI and the Wiyasiwewin Mikiwahp Native Law Centre of the University of Saskatchewan College of Law recently released a collection of short essays — titled UNDRIP Implementation: Braiding International, Domestic and Indigenous Laws — that discusses how international law, domestic constitutional law and Indigenous law can support full implementation of the United Nations Declaration on […]

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Queen’s U: Media Advisory – Second annual John Meisel Lecture features presentation by Hayden King

October 30, 2018 KINGSTON – On Thursday, November 1 at Queen’s University Hayden King will deliver the second annual lecture, titled Canada’s Oldest Controversy: The Pretense of Reconciliation. He will discuss trends in the politics of settler colonialism as well as Indigenous alternatives. What Established in 2017, The John Meisel Lecture Series celebrates Professor Emeritus […]

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UBC to give honorary degrees to Grand Chief Stewart Phillip and Kim Cattrall – Vancouver is Awesome

October 30, 2018 An award-winning actor, an Indigenous leader and an internationally renowned sociolinguist will all receive honorary degrees from the University of B.C. at next month’s fall convocation ceremony. Grand Chief Stewart Phillip, president of the Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs, and actress Kim Cattrall, star of Sex and the City, producer and […]

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Province Appoints New Member to Louis Riel Institute Board of Directors

October 30, 2018 Manitoba Education and Training has appointed one new member to the Louis Riel Institute board of directors. Lea Clarke of Winnipeg is a self-employed consultant who specializes in accounting software, business management and development.? She specializes in training and support of accounting software for various levels of business and government agencies. An […]

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Let Indigenous treaties not the duty to consult lead us to reconciliation – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct?30,?2018? By Alexandra Flynn, University of Toronto and Clara MacCallum Fraser, York University, Canada THE CANADIAN PRESS This article was originally published on The Conversation, an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts. Disclosure information is available on the original site. ___ Author: Alexandra Flynn, Assistant […]

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Walking together – UM Today

Indigenous approaches to mentoring at the university October 30, 2018 — TeachingLIFE asked Indigenous members of the community for thoughts on Indigenous approaches to mentoring at the university, with an emphasis on teaching and learning. The following is an excerpt from the larger feature. For more Indigenous approaches to mentoring, see the current issue of […]

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Public education is a strong equalizing force in Canadian society, UNICEF report says

Canada ranks 9th among 38 rich countries on how well countries give children a fair start in life. TORONTO, October 30, 2018?– A new UNICEF report released today measures levels of educational inequality in 38 rich countries along different stages of schooling. Findings show Canada’s education system is among the most equitable in the rich […]

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TRU goes platinum in environmental sustainability

October 29, 2018 Thompson Rivers University is on the top of the world when it comes to global sustainability initiatives and achievements. It was unveiled late Monday?morning in the Indigenous Art Gallery Foyer in the Brown Family House of Learning that TRU was recognized as the world-wide leader in encouraging sustainability in all aspects of […]

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Camosun faculty and staff collaborate on Indigenization guides for BC post-secondary institutions

October 25, 2018 BC post-secondary faculty and staff now have a wealth of in-depth resources and support as they work toward incorporating reconciliation and Indigenization into their teaching and learning practices, thanks to a new series of open educational guides. The project was managed by Camosun College faculty member Dianne Biin in collaboration with?BCcampus, the […]

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Wilfrid Laurier University becomes first institution in Canada to have two full-size, life-like synthetic humans

WATERLOO, Ont. – Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario is the recent recipient of two full-sized, multi-functional synthetic human models from SynDaver Labs in Tampa, Florida, making WLU the first institution in Canada to possess two full-body SynDaver Synthetic Humans. The installation of the synthetic human models was completed Oct. 11 and will be utilized […]

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Congratulations to Deanna Reder, 2018 Royal Society of Canada College Member

Credits: Simon Fraser University On behalf of Simon Fraser University, congratulations to Deanna Reder on being named a 2018 Royal Society of Canada College Member. Reder is a Cree Métis scholar and professor in Simon Fraser University’s Faculties of First Nations Studies and English who is working towards recuperating the Indigenous archive. http://www.sfu.ca/sfunews/stories/201…

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Hydro One and Indspire announce $800,000 for Indigenous post-secondary students

Ohsweken, ON – October 29, 2018 – Hydro One and Indspire have announced substantial, new financial support for Indigenous students. Hydro One will provide $100,000 per year to Indigenous students through Indspire’s Building Brighter Futures: Bursaries, Scholarships and Awards program from 2018 to 2022. This investment in Indigenous youth activates a fund matching program by […]

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Mount Royal U: “Seed to runway” – More than just a fashion show, it’s Otahpiaaki 2018

Set to take place from Nov. 5 to 10, Otahpiaaki Fashion Week was developed by a team of Blackfoot elders, Mount Royal students and faculty of the Bissett School of Business. Much more than just a fashion show, Otahpiaaki’s “goal is to invite and contribute to significant social, cultural, restorative, and economic reconciliation across reserves, […]

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Royal Roads University doctoral candidates awarded $180,000 through Mitacs

October 26, 2018 Mitacs has awarded $180,000 in Accelerate grants to three Royal Roads University?Doctor of Social Sciences?candidates for their innovative research in speciesism, Canadian curriculum in China and Indigenous methods of healing. Marie Mihalicz?was awarded $90,000 to examine Indigenous methods of healing as a way toward a sustainable, holistic youth program for remote and […]

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Cambrian College welcomes new members to its Board of Governors

SUDBURY –?A current corporate president, a former college president, and a health care executive are among the new members of Cambrian College’s Board of Governors. The new members were introduced at this week’s Board meeting, held at Cambrian’s Barrydowne campus. ?Three of the new members are Cambrian alumni. The six new members are: Yves Dalcourt, […]

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Reconciliation must mean action, not words – The Varsity

U of T must implement tangible changes to campus space and curriculum to better reflect our Indigenous communities Three years ago, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) released its summary report on the racist history of the residential school system. It provided settler Canadian institutions with 94 calls to action in order to address this […]

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Media Advisory – UNICEF Canada launches Report Card 15: Find out where Canada stands on educational equality

TORONTO,?Oct. 26, 2018 –?Join UNICEF Canada on?October 30?at?10:30 am (Eastern Time)?for the launch of UNICEF Report Card 15. Where does?Canada?shine? What gaps need to be addressed? What can we do to improve educational equality? The panelists will be joining in a Facebook live event that will be followed by a question period for the media. […]

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NOSM Accepts Report On Indigenous Relations – 89.5 The Lake FM

October 29, 2018 Improving Indigenous relations is a top priority for the Northern Ontario School of Medicine. Their Expert Panel on Indigenous Relations has outlined 44 recommendations in their final report. Vice-Dean Catherine Cervin says some of the recommendations will take some time. “With 44 recommendations, there are clearly some that will require some thought […]

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GNWT Releases Response to Aurora College Foundational Review

October 26, 2018 Minister of Education, Culture and Employment, Caroline Cochrane, today released the Government’s Response to the Aurora College Foundational Review Report (“Review Report”), announcing the transformation of Aurora College into a polytechnic university to better meet the needs of residents of the Northwest Territories. The Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) has accepted […]

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BC Government: 1,000 children to benefit from more inclusive child care

Oct. 26, 2018 SURREY – Children in British Columbia with extra support needs will now have better access to inclusive child care, thanks to a three-year, $30-million investment as part of the Early Learning and Child Care agreement with the Government of Canada. “Extra support is often required to enable children with special needs and […]

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Niagara College: Canada’s Labour Minister announces funding to support Indigenous youth

A group of students from Niagara College’s Journey to Success Healthcare program were centre stage at a funding announcement by the Honourable Patty Hajdu, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour on October 25, aimed at helping to level the playing field for Indigenous youth. View the Oct. 25 news release here: Government of Canada […]

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Celebrating First Nations educators: RISE Program empowers resource teachers – Manitobachiefs.com

Grand Chief Arlen Dumas of the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs recently attended a graduation event for the Resource Inclusive Special Education (RISE) Program. The students going through the program received a Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Education from the University of Manitoba and a Certificate of Indigenous Special Education from the Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre […]

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Lennox Island and Government of Canada announce expansion and upgrades to John J. Sark Memorial School

From: Indigenous Services Canada News release October 26, 2018 — Lennox Island, Mi’kmaq Territory, PEI — Indigenous Services Canada An essential component of a student’s education is having a safe and healthy place in which to learn. The Government of Canada is supporting First Nations students and their families through investing in new and upgraded […]

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U of S and James Smith Cree Nation explore joint research and health care initiatives

SASKATOON – The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) College of Medicine, James Smith Cree Nation (JSCN), and JSCN Medical Clinic LP have signed an MOU to collaborate on initiatives that could include a joint radiology research chair, medical imaging services and research, and educational development opportunities for Indigenous youth. Oct 25, 2018 “We acknowledge […]

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