Education


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 »

Photo Courtesy of Marketing Communications Office at the University of Manitoba

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

National Gathering Reframes Barriers to Reconciliation in Schools as Opportunities for Change

  Since the release of the Final Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in 2015, school systems across Canada… Read more »

Photo of Ira Provost, Dr. Leroy Little Bear, Julaine Guitton, Dr. Pamela Rose Toulouse. Dr. Michelle Hogue, Darren Googoo, Francis First Charger. Photo by EdCan Network.

It’s Time to Add to Our Story

  I teach a first-year class in Indigenous Studies at Trent University and have done so since 1999. We tell… Read more »

David Newhouse. Photo by George Horton

Accessing passion and purpose at the U of M

The moment Ramona Neckoway learned she had completed the requirements for her PhD, she immediately thought of the Access Program…. Read more »


Turning your life around through Education

The journey to addictions recovery requires the support of trained counsellors with knowledge and skills in the field. NLC student… Read more »

Chris Yellowbird

Gerald Nyce of the Beaver Clan of the Nisga’a Nation

As the youth coordinator at the Kitselas First Nation Health Centre, Gerald Nyce is a familiar face in the small… Read more »

Gerald Nyce

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 »