Education



Viu Honours First Nations Advocate With Honorary Degree

Gene Anne Joseph, the first librarian of First Nations heritage in BC, will receive Doctor of Laws at VIU’s June… Read more »


Calgary Student Set to Become First in Family to Graduate High School

Cauy Healy is a normal teenager, but he’s determined to accomplish something neither his parents nor his 10 siblings have… Read more »

Calgary Student Set to Become First in Family to Graduate High School

For the Love of Sport, Culture, and Her People

  Part of a series of People Making a Difference for National Indigenous Peoples Day Athabasca University MBA graduate at… Read more »


Jessie Gervais Follows a Career in Dance with His Sights on International Relations

  An NIC business student has been recognized as one of BC’s top Aboriginal business students. Jessie Gervais recently became… Read more »

NIC business student Jessie Gervais is NIC’s third business student to become a Ch’nook Scholar.

Wanosts’a7 Lorna Williams, ‘Indspired’ to Apply the Power of Education to Heal and Renew

Wanosts’a7 Lorna Williams, Lil’watul from Mount Currie BC, will be honoured with a 2018 Indspire Award for her contributions to… Read more »

Lorna Williams

World’s First Indigenous Law Degree to Be Offered at UVic

A new law program at the University of Victoria is the world’s first to combine the intensive study of both… Read more »


From Homeless to Helping Others: VIU Cowichan Student April Murphy’s Story

  An Adult Basic Education student, Murphy overcame multiple barriers to succeed DUNCAN, BC: April Murphy has battled illiteracy, homelessness,… Read more »

April Murphy, an Adult Basic Education student at VIU Cowichan, has gone from being unable to read to her children to becoming a leader in her classes. Photo Credit: Vancouver Island University