Education



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… Read more »


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 »

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Native American Becomes First Aboriginal Woman Appointed As Dean Of Law School

Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ontario has appointed Angelique Eaglewoman, a Native American Indian from South Dakota, to lead the… Read more »

Angelique EagleWoman went to Lakehead University from the University of Idaho College of Law, where she is a law professor and a legal scholar. She has also served as a Tribal Judge in four Tribal Court systems.

CODE’s 3rd Annual Burt Award for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Literature: A Literacy Initiative Like No Other

CODE is proud to announce the winners of its 3rd Annual Burt Award for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Literature… Read more »

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UBC Student Kye Smith Makes Teaching Dream Come True

When she was young, Kye Smith nurtured a dream of becoming a teacher, and she made it come true with… Read more »

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Education for Reconciliation: BCTF Launches Project Of The Heart, New Resource on Residential School History in BC

With the release this fall of a new learning resource on the history and legacy of residential schools in British… Read more »

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Advertise your school with the First Nations Drum Newspaper in our first annual Education Directory

First Nations Drum Newspaper reaches out to Aboriginal peoples across Canada, providing information to help build strong communities. We are… Read more »

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