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