Edwards School of Business Graduate Dana Carriere

Edward’s School of Business has been the stepping-stone for aboriginal students to make their dream come true. Edward’s provides course… Read more »

From Left to Right: Blaine Favel (Former Chancellor, University of Saskatchewan), Adrian Waskewitch (Dana’s husband), Dana Carriere, Peter Stoicheff (President and Vice-Chancellor, University of Saskatchewan)

Catching Up With Camosun Grads

by Zofia Rogowski   Each June, Indigenous students graduate from programs at Camosun College in Victoria, BC, which sits on… Read more »

Gordy and Brianna performing the opening prayers of Camosun Orange Shirt Day in recognition of Residential School Survivors

Aboriginal Graduates Praise UBC Medical Program

By Kelly Many Guns The UBC Faculty of Medicine’s Aboriginal Admissions program continues to be the leader among post-secondary institutions… Read more »

Todd Alec from Nak’azdli Nation, Family Practice in Prince George. Dr. Nathan Teegee from Takla Lake Nation, Dermatology in Vancouver. Dr. Lara Des Roches, Metis Nation, Sabbatical Masters in Ethics. Dr. Geoffrey Johnson, Metis Nation, Obstetrics & Gynecology in Victoria. Dr. David Shepherd, Cree Nation, Family Practice in Prince George.


SUDBURY – As per the Memorandum of Understanding between the University of Sudbury and the Mushkegowuk Tribal Council, representing the… Read more »

Eyēʔ Sqȃ’lewen: Centre for Indigenous Education & Community Connections at Camosun College

Eyēʔ Sqȃ’lewen: the Centre for Indigenous Education & Community Connections at Camosun College is preparing to celebrate its 25th anniversary… Read more »

The Jim Family

Trent University Hosts Seventh Annual Water Awareness Walk May 8

Trent University invites the community to join the walk on Mother’s Day May 8th and offer thanks to the water… Read more »

TrentU water walk

International Women’s Month: Aboriginal Women Who Have Made A Difference

  International Women’s Day message: “Celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. Yet let us be aware… Read more »

Alanis Obomsawin