Reconnecting With the Land Restores Teachers’ Spirits After Hard Emotional Labour

Gathered under sunny skies on the shore of Kawkawa Lake, two dozen teachers listened in rapt attention to the renowned… Read more »

Elbow River Camp, a stepping stone to understanding

“Camp life here, it’s interesting. The kids, the people – they get a taste of what life used to be,”… Read more »

Honouring Dr. Emily Faries In Light of Her Retirement

Dr. Faries is an Associate Professor within the University of Sudbury Indigenous Studies Department, and has been at the institution… Read more »

Here’s your degree, what next?

Students Encouraged to Utilize Indigenous Resources Post-Graduation As college students prepare for graduation, the future can often seem uncertain, if… Read more »

Indigenous Ingenuity wins a Major Award from the Canadian Association of Science Centres

Montreal – On Friday, May 10, in Halifax, the Canadian Association of Science Centres held their annual CASCADE Awards Gala…. Read more »

The Art of the Weld

When you think of art forms, welding is not a medium that comes to mind. The work of Ralph Courtorielle… Read more »

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 »


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 »