Education


Bringing Trades to the People

Trades programs are coming to Indigenous people in unique ways, from unions and workers associations, to mobile schools and government… Read more »

Woodworking

UBC Pre-med Workshops Taking Applicants

One eight-word phrase that no person likes hearing is, “You should really see a doctor about that.” But when we… Read more »

Staff/Faculty Members with Indigenous MD Graduates, Class of 2018

Northern Lakes College Collaboration Results in Creation of the Atoske Community Educational Health Lab

In October 2018, the Atoske Action Group (AAG) and Northern Lakes College (NLC) celebrated the grand opening of the Atoske… Read more »


The Complicated History of Hereditary Chiefs and Elected Councils

The recent internal struggles between the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs and elected council has many wondering: what powers rest with whom?… Read more »


Discover the Iniskim Centre at Mount Royal University

  Mount Royal University’s Iniskim Centre offers programs and services to increase the engagement and success of Indigenous students while… Read more »


Space, full of mysteries, still slowly being understood

Corey M. Gray is a Siksika-goo-wan (Blackfoot) who grew up in Southern California. He earned dual Bachelor of Science degrees… Read more »


Breaking the Poverty Cycle: The Economic Impact of Post-Secondary Education

  After a year of planning, Ruby Barclay arrived at Vancouver Island University (VIU) Student Residences from her hometown with… Read more »


The Engineering Access Program (ENGAP) at University of Manitoba

The Engineering Access Program (ENGAP) is a friendly, warm and supportive community of students and staff that was originally developed… Read more »

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Only I Can Define What I Can Do

Northern Lakes College graduate Makayla Laboucan credits her family for her career choice in Social Work. “My family was a… Read more »

Makayla Laboucan. Photo by Northern Lakes College

Indigenous College Students Cope with Life Away from Home

Receiving a college acceptance letter in the mail is a watershed moment for many young adults, but stepping into that… Read more »

Melissa West Morrison | UBC Aboriginal Student Affairs