Charla Sylvester, a photography student from Beausoleil First Nation in Ontario, is working to bring awareness to missing and murdered Indidenous women through her photography skills.
A study has revealed that more than half of total faculty positions at publicly funded Canadian universities in 2016-17 were contract jobs. Contract jobs with low pay and no benefits have been replacing tenured positions.
Teachers in the Burnaby school district believe climate change is not addressed adequately in BC's new school curriculum. The new curriculum is designed so that students can work on areas they are interested in and for teachers to focus on their areas of specialization.
The Squamish Nation will invest $1 million to upgrade the Training and Trades Centre, an Indigenous-run trade school. The school opened in 2004 and has trained more than 500 apprentices and over 400 skilled construction trades workers.
A controversial test question for a Grade 12 Social Studies course in Alberta may have been in circulation for almost a decade.
Betty Baxter, a trustee for School District No. 46, has brought solar energy to her home and school district. While other school districts have implemented the use of solar energy, the size of SD46’s solar systems surpass all other districts.
The University of Victoria is offering a historic degree that combines Indigenous and non-Indigenous law. Students in the program will participate in field studies in Indigenous communities across the country, where they will tackle many of the issues facing those communities.
More than two years ago, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised $2.6 billion in funding for First Nations schools. That funding has yet to arrive, and schools still cannot afford science labs, sports equipment, or Indigenous language programs.
A number of schools that serve Indigenous children are starting the school year with unfilled teacher positions.
Indigenous Sign Language is on the verge of extinction as American Sign Language becomes the standard. For the most part, Indigenous communities are not able to provide the resources deaf children need, including someone to teach sign language. Deaf First Nation individuals have