The Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) of Canada placed education at the centre of the reconciliation process in its 2015 Calls to Action. Universities have focused on recruiting and retaining more Indigenous students, hiring Indigenous faculty, and creating Indigenous sp
First Nations leaders, elders, women, youth, and other delegates met December 4-6, 2018, for the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) Special Chiefs Assembly (SCA).
After aging out of BC's youth in care system, Ruby Barclay attended Vancouver Island University. She did not have a support system in place to help her make the transition. Last spring, Barclay finished the requirements for her Child and Youth Care degree.
Makayla Laboucan, a recent graduate of Northern Lakes College, was selected as her class valedictorian and received a degree in social work.
One in five kids in B.C.
Jane Philpott, federal minister of Indigenous Services, announced $248 million for schools in four remote First Nation communities in Manitoba.
McGill University students voted 78.8 percent in favour of changing the name shared by the school's varsity men's sports teams, the Redmen.
John Burrows, Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Law, and fellow professor Val Napoleon have established a unique four-year program at the University of Victoria Law School, Students in the program will graduate qualified to practise both Canadian common law, or
The Poo’miikapii is a program Fellner created for the University of Calgary’s Werklund School of Education. The program teaches Blackfoot traditions around wellness and mental heath.
Verna Kirkness, a former teacher from Fisher River Cree Nation, Man, is the subject of a new documentary titled Chalk to Change.