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Students are Building a Consent Culture, one Conversation at a Time

How Ontario Schools can Draw-the-Line to End Sexual Violence Last year in Arianna Lambert’s grade 4/5 classroom, it started with a conversation about hugs. “We talked about why you should ask someone ahead of time,” she recounts. “It got them to think about how we actually impact the way people feel around us by going […]

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Algonquin College to celebrate grand opening and official naming of new Courtyard and Indigenous spaces

December 10th, 2018 Algonquin College is preparing to celebrate the grand opening and official naming of its new Courtyard and Indigenous spaces on Monday, Dec. 10. Located in the College’s state-of-the-art DARE District, these facilities were the final phase of construction on a $44.9-million space that promotes new, experiential ways of learning to connect students […]

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Students take part in job fair – Winnipeg Free Press

Logan Constituency Office and the West Alexander Residents Association (WARA) collaborated to host its first Teen Internship, Mentoring and Work Experience Fair on Nov. 22. Some 140 selected students (Grade 10 to 12) from five schools within the Logan constituency attended the fair. There were 10 employers and eight not-for profit community organizations in attendance, […]

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University of the Arctic: north2north application round for 2019/2020 is open

Improve your knowledge about Arctic issues and people by studying and experiencing life in another circumpolar institution. north2north mobility program enables you to experience life in another North while gaining international competencies that will benefit your future career and academic endeavours. What is north2north? north2north is University of the Arctic′s mobility programme that involves universities […]

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Government of Canada launches Gender-Based Violence Knowledge Centre and announces critical research funding

From: Status of Women Canada Centralized hub to provide resources to better understand and eliminate gender-based violence, while a new Call for Proposals will gather much needed research to address gaps in knowledge December 10, 2018 – London, Ontario – Status of Women Canada Many Canadians continue to face violence and discrimination every day simply […]

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Carleton U: On Our Shared Commitment to Truth and Reconciliation

December 10, 2018 It’s been more than three years since the Truth and Reconciliation Commission–chaired by the Honourable Senator Murray Sinclair–released its final report and calls to action. That was the first step in a long journey of healing and, as Senator Sinclair said, “Reconciliation is about forging and maintaining respectful relationships. There are no […]

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Call for Applications and Nominations: Empowering Arctic Indigenous Scholars and Making Connections

Arctic Research Consortium of the United States (ARCUS), in cooperation with Inuit Circumpolar Council Alaska (ICC), is accepting applications and nominations for Indigenous Scholar opportunities. The deadline is January 10, 2019. Arctic Indigenous scholars have historically and continue to advance a variety of issues, such as food security, hunting and fishing rights, community resilience, climate […]

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UBC updates Indigenous peoples language guidelines – Ubyssey Online

Dec. 7, 2018 UBC has partnered with the First Nations House of Learning to update its language guidelines for referring to Indigenous peoples and cultures. As part of a larger university-wide commitment to reconciliation, the 17-page document provides guidance on a variety of language- and terminology-based topics. “All of these terms carry connotations that can […]

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USW: Joint Statement Calling on Canada to End Sterilization without Consent

The United Steelworkers is one of 72 organizations to endorse the joint statement from?Amnesty International Canada, the Native Women’s Association of Canada, and Action Canada for Sexual Health and Rights,?calling for government action to #DefendConsent and end #ForcedSterilization of Indigenous women in Canada. Pressure is mounting for all levels of government and health bodies, with […]

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Selkirk College: Challenging Past and Hopeful Future for Former Youth in Care Student

Dec 10 2018 Rose Rollier-Spencer finds beauty in the ancient past, even the most unsavory elements that make many people uncomfortable. “I’m a Medieval fanatic,” says the 20-year-old, who is currently a Textiles Studio student in Kootenay Studio Arts (KSA) at Selkirk College. “I love the clothes, the food and the armour, but also the […]

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USask health research leaders honoured with SHRF awards

SASKATOON – Internationally recognized environmental and health researcher Dr. Ingrid Pickering (PhD) has been awarded the 2018 Achievement Award by the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation (SHRF)—one of 10 University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers honoured for providing innovative solutions to health challenges facing the province. “These awards are a wonderful recognition of the outstanding work of […]

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Was John Lennon’s “Imagine” inspired by an Alberta Cree grandmother? – Folio

A 1969 phone conversation between the legendary songwriter and a local Indigenous activist points to song’s possible origin. It was shortly after Lillian Piché Shirt pitched her tipi in Edmonton’s Winston Churchill Square to protest insufficient Indigenous housing in 1969 that a man approached to say there was an urgent phone call waiting for her […]

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How Canadian universities are responding to the TRC’s Calls to Action – Macleans.ca

Universities wrestle with how to begin their transformation—and what they’re willing to change Dalhousie’s Indigenous Student Centre recently relocated to a prominent place on the university’s downtown Halifax campus. Residing in a cheery blue house, shared by the Black Student Advising Centre, there’s a student lounge, computer lab and meeting/smudge room. On hand is an […]

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Reconciliation alive and thriving at UBC’s teacher graduation ceremony – Vancouver Courier

December 08, 2018 If a recent teacher graduation is anything to go by, the University of British Columbia is preparing new teachers well to infuse their teaching with Indigenous culture and ways. That’s a good thing because B.C.’s new curriculum aims to add First Nations culture and learning into all areas of a student’s learning. […]

by pmnationtalk on December 10, 20189 Views

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U of M needs to take ‘honest, hard look’ at Indigenous leader position after resignation, prof says – CBC

December 10, 2018 A longtime professor of Native studies at the University of Manitoba says the resignation of the university’s vice-provost of Indigenous engagement shows its administration needs to take a hard look at what it wants the position to be. Lynn Lavallée held the position for only one year before handing in her resignation […]

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Indigenizing Mount Royal University: Why we need Indigenized education at all levels – The Calgary Journal

Dec 8, 2018 Mount Royal University is in the process of implementing an Indigenization strategy. While it is a good start on the path toward reconciliation, more needs to be done, especially at a grade school level. Mount Royal University is following in the footsteps of the University of Winnipeg by introducing a new Indigenization […]

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Open Session on New Indigenous Research Consent Requirement – MUN Gazette

Wednesday, Dec. 12, 9-10:30 a.m. A-1043 Members of the university community are invited to attend this open question and answer session focused on Memorial’s new Indigenous research consent process. The session is hosted by Dr. Max Liboiron, associate vice-president (Indigenous Research) pro tempore. As announced on Dec. 3, Memorial will be updating research application and […]

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RVC Recognizies Indigenous Peoples with Land Acknowledgement – CochraneNow.com

09 December 2018 Rocky View Schools (RVS) has taken a step toward recognizing and honouring Indigenous Peoples. The Board of Trustees recently approved a Land Acknowledgement that will be used at certain school jurisdiction events. Superintendent Greg Luterbach explains, “We look at it as an act of reconciliation and it’s meant to honour both the […]

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WWEST at Yukon College releases Current State of Women in STEM in Yukon report

December 6, 2018 WHITEHORSE—Yukon women and girls are showing a high interest in?Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields of study and careers, and there is a high level of employment for women in these fields in Yukon. However, this is not always reflected in management positions,?successful scholarship applications, or levels of research funding. This […]

by pmnationtalk on December 7, 201820 Views

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New Indigenous trustee works for inclusion – Sault Star

December 07, 2018 Algoma District School Board’s first Indigenous student trustee calls the position’s creation late in coming as some First Nations students don’t feel welcome in the English board’s schools. Katelyn Wildgoose sat at the table for the first time last Tuesday when trustees held their annual meeting at ADSB’s office on Albert Street […]

by pmnationtalk on December 7, 201822 Views

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รับโบนัสฟรีBlack and Brown Voices United used art for healing – The Gateway Online

Hosted by writer-in-residence Janet Rogers, evening of performances showcased Black and Indigenous artists December 07, 2018 What:?Black and Brown Voices United Who:?Janet Rogers, Roxanne Tootoosis, Sila Singers, Shima Robinson, Brandon Wint, Leanne Goose, Sangea Academy, and Jordan Abel When:?November 23, 2018 Where:?Telus Centre Atrium For some, art is a way to heal. Poetry and song […]

by pmnationtalk on December 7, 201820 Views

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UCN’s Enrolment Grows by Nearly 42%

December 06, 2018 Enrolment at University College of the North (UCN) as of November 30th, 2018, has increased by 41.8% compared to the same time in 2017. Headcount enrolment, a count of unique individuals registered in programs, grew by a total of 641 students, increasing from 1,534 students in all programs at all locations on […]

by pmnationtalk on December 7, 201814 Views

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CMHA Sudbury/Manitoulin and the North East LHIN Launch Two New Free Psychotherapy Services at Cambrian College

December 4, 2018 – Today, the Canadian Mental Health Association – Sudbury/Manitoulin (CMHA-S/M) and the North East Local Health Integration Network (North East LHIN) introduced students at Cambrian College to two new, free psychotherapy services they can use for help dealing with low mood, stress, and worry. Both skill-building programs, funded by the Ontario Government, […]

by pmnationtalk on December 7, 201824 Views

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U of M Indigenous leader resigns, says administration frustrated anti-racism efforts – CBC

Lynn Lavallée became school’s 1st vice-provost of Indigenous engagement in September 2017 December 07, 2018 The vice-provost of Indigenous engagement at the University of Manitoba has resigned, after she says her efforts to fight systemic racism at the school were met with frequent resistance from?administration. Lynn Lavallé?e resigned from her position at the university on […]

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CNA women, indigenous students receive 10-year Hebron funding award

Bursaries totalling $447,000 target apprenticeship-related skilled trades December 05, 2018 St. JOHN’S, NL –??College of the North Atlantic (CNA) will offer apprenticeship bursaries to women and indigenous students enrolled in apprenticeship-related trades programs thanks to a generous donation from the Hebron Project Employers’ Association. A presentation to CNA was made at the college’s Prince Philip […]

by pmnationtalk on December 7, 201816 Views

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Elder Joe Michael named first Elder in Residence at the Mount

December 05, 2018 A steadfast commitment to students Joe is no stranger to the Mount community. He has often led Indigenous ceremonies on campus and been part of classroom discussions on Mi’kmaq culture. He is glad to formally join the University in the role of Elder in Residence, a position that he notes marks “a […]

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Lakehead shares successes, plans for future in Report to Community (6 photos) – BradfordToday

December 07, 2018 University is planning for next round of construction at Orillia campus. Nearly 50 per cent of full-time undergraduate students on the Orillia campus come from Simcoe County Lakehead University has enjoyed steady growth in Orillia since opening a campus here 12 years ago, and that growth is expected to continue. The university […]

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SHHS students participate in cultural exchange to Nunavut – The Post – Ontario

December 06, 2018 Last month 23 Sacred Heart High School students and three teachers participated in a culturally enriching and educational exchange to Igloolik, Nunavut. Arranged through Experiences Canada, a national registered charity that helps to fund exchanges, including the Indigenous exchange SHHS took part in, to provide youth with an opportunity to share their […]

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Lakehead University’s Report to the Community celebrates important people, achievements

December 5, 2018 – Orillia, ON The theme of Lakehead University’s 2018 Report to the Community was?Engage. Explore. Excel. The annual luncheon at Hawk Ridge Golf Club on December 5, featured a talk-show style presentation hosted by Lakehead Orillia Principal, Dr. Dean Jobin-Bevans, and interviews with some of the exceptional people who helped make the […]

by pmnationtalk on December 7, 201813 Views

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Royal Roads U: First grads complete certificate program in Kitselas Nation

Thirteen students have successfully completed courses in the Certificate in Cultural and Natural Resources Assessment (CCNRA) program offered by Royal Roads University in partnership with the Kitselas Nation. The graduates, members of the Kitselas Nation, Métis Nation and Gitxsan Nation, began the program in April. The program took place in the community of Gitaus in […]

by ahnationtalk on December 6, 201820 Views

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รับโบนัสฟรีFrom cannabis to dinosaurs, online classes cover it all – Globe and Mail

November 6, 2018 Kayden Abel was four years old when he started playing soccer. Having just turned 25, the Edmonton resident has parlayed his technical skills into success as a freestyle pro and coach. He’s in demand for his specialized work, but, career-wise, he wanted to expand his options. Mr. Abel knew he’d found what […]

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Record levels of mercury released by thawing permafrost in Canadian Arctic – Folio

Toxic chemical contained in permafrost being released by thawing and slumping into waterways, according to U of A researchers. Permafrost thaw slumps in the western Canadian Arctic are releasing record amounts of mercury into waterways, according to new research by University of Alberta ecologists. “We measured total mercury concentrations of up to 1,200 nanograms per […]

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GDI: Call for Proposals Digital Marketing Workshop

Gabriel Dumont Institute Training and Employment Inc is presently accepting proposals from organizations interested in the delivery of a Digital Marketing Workshop. Gabriel Dumont Institute Training and Employment Inc. has identified high demand from Métis entrepreneurs wanting to receive training on digital marketing platforms to assist in creating, maintaining, or expanding a business. Targeted participants […]

by ahnationtalk on December 6, 201821 Views

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Employment equity report suggests U of T closing representation gaps – U of T News

The University of Toronto’s Report on Employment Equity 2017-2018 suggests the university is improving representation gaps among its employees – although there’s still much work to be done. The recently released report, based on a survey that’s among the most detailed of any Canadian post-secondary institution, indicated the largest increase in representation was among U […]

by ahnationtalk on December 6, 201824 Views

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UPEI – Science as a Right: a panel discussion in recognition of UN Human Rights Day

The University of Prince Edward Island, along with the Canadian Commission for UNESCO (United Nations Education, Science and Cultural Organization), present “Science as a Right”, a panel discussion in recognition of the United Nations Human Rights Day. The event is Monday, December 10 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Beaconsfield Carriage House, 2 […]

by ahnationtalk on December 6, 201814 Views

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Amanda Reid Rogers on her position as Piluwitahasuwin – Brunswickan

In a significant step towards fulfilling its Truth and Reconciliation Strategic Action Plan, the University of New Brunswick has welcomed a new Indigenous leader to campus. Amanda Reid Rogers was recently appointed to the position of Piluwitahasuwin, or assistant vice-president Indigenous engagement. The duties of the Piluwitahasuwin will span across both the Fredericton and Saint […]

by ahnationtalk on December 6, 201823 Views

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More Than Half of Domestic Homicide Victims Are From Vulnerable Demographics, New Study Finds

December 6, 2018 More than half of Canadians killed through domestic violence in recent years were Indigenous, immigrants or refugees, lived in rural, remote or northern areas, or were children, according to a first-ever report led by a U of G researcher. The inaugural report titled One Is Too Many: Trends and Patterns in Domestic […]

by ahnationtalk on December 6, 201835 Views

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Dinner connects business and industry with Moose Jaw students

Presented by Graham Group, Sask Polytech’s Business and Industry Dinner provides networking opportunities and raises funds for student awards December 6, 2018 – Saskatchewan Polytechnic Business and Industry Dinners presented by Graham Group provide a valuable applied learning opportunity for students to build networks for their future careers. Employers in attendance are provided the opportunity […]

by aanationtalk on December 6, 201826 Views

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De Beers Group Expands STEM Scholarship Program for Women in Canada

04 Dec 2018 De Beers Group is pleased to announce additional scholarship funding for Canadian women pursuing full-time studies in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) subjects and STEM-related studies. These scholarships are part of wider focus on gender equality by De Beers Group as a United Nations HeForShe Thematic Champion. In 2019 De Beers […]

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Nothing short of a nightmare’: The Indigenous experience on campus – APTN News

December 5, 2018 On this edition to APTN’s InFocus, host Melissa Ridgen looks at Indigenous experiences on campus, from the perspective of educators and students. There’s no shortage of stories in the news or social media of incidents like the ‘Its okay to be white’ posters that were posted at the University of Manitoba, and […]

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McMaster observes Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women

December 06, 2018 McMaster’s Anti-Violence Network and Indigenous Studies Program are observing the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women today on campus. There will be a poster exhibit in the ceremonial room of the Indigenous Studies office in L.R. Wilson Hall (Room 1003). The display, hosted by the Women + Gender […]

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Canada’s shameful history of sterilizing Indigenous women – USask

Indigenous women are murdered, go missing or face abuse at much higher rates than non-Indigenous women in Canada. Recent news stories now report that birthing mothers have also been sterilized (given tubal ligations) without their full and informed consent, as recently as 2017. Dec 6, 2018 These shocking stories describe women being told that they […]

by ahnationtalk on December 6, 201827 Views

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Cowichan Tribes Elders Teach Land-based Sustainability Course at VIU

December 5, 2018 Enhanced connections to the land, a deeper appreciation for the culture of local First Nations communities and the desire to pass these experiences on to others were key takeaways for students enrolled in a land-based teacher education course offered at Vancouver Island University’s (VIU’s) Cowichan Campus. Co-taught by Education Professor Nadine Cruickshanks […]

by pmnationtalk on December 6, 201821 Views

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Manitowabi, McCool acclaimed Chair and Vice-Chair

NORTH BAY (dECEMBER 5, 2018)?– On Tuesday December 4, 2018, the Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board held it’s inaugural meeting for the 2018-2022 term.? The meeting began with an Inaugural Mass, celebrated with Father Francis Ezenezi, and included a beautiful Commissioning and Renewal of Commitment ceremony. The board appointed by acclamation, Judy Manitowabi and […]

by pmnationtalk on December 6, 201827 Views

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Announcements – December 2018 – University Affairs

DEC 05 2018 University of Regina president Vianne Timmons is one of 12 recipients of a 2019 Indspire Award. The awards, formally known as the National Aboriginal Achievement Awards, celebrate and encourage excellence throughout Canada’s Indigenous communities. Dr. Timmons grew up in Labrador and is of Mi’kmaq heritage. After she earned her education degree in […]

by ahnationtalk on December 6, 201826 Views

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REDress: Representing missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls – The Gazette

Over 40 red dresses hang from trees across Western’s campus: a powerful reminder of the thousands of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls that scatter our nation’s soil. The REDress project was created by Métis artist Jaime Black in 2011 as a response to the critical national issue of gendered violence toward Indigenous women. […]

by ahnationtalk on December 5, 201818 Views

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Ministerial Statement – Minister Dempster Recognizes 50 Years of Professional Social Work Education

December 5, 2018 Mr. Speaker, on Friday, November 23, I joined with community partners to launch the annual Purple Ribbon campaign to increase awareness and responsiveness to violence against women. As part of the launch, we raised the Purple Ribbon flag, which will remain in place until December 10, coinciding with the International 16 Days […]

by ahnationtalk on December 5, 201816 Views

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ADSB Welcomes Four New Trustees – SaultOnline.com

December 5, 2018 At the December 4th Inaugural Meeting, Algoma District School Board (ADSB) introduced and welcomed four new Trustees for the December 1, 2018 to November 30, 2022 term. Greg Bowman is the new ADSB Trustee representing Ward 3. Greg is a Senior Electrical Planner working at Central Trades at Algoma Steel. For over […]

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Taking a STAND for prison justice – McGill Tribune

December 5, 2018 Individuals passionate about criminal justice and prison reform now have a platform to effect change. Founded in 2017, Students Taking a New Direction (S.T.A.N.D.) for Prison Justice is a newly-developed McGill organization, founded and run entirely by members of the student body. The first McGill group to focus specifically on criminal justice, […]

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NESD program looks to improve First Nations engagement – Nipawin Journal

December 4, 2018 The North East School Division (NESD) has launched a new program to better support First Nations Metis students in the division. LP Miller and Wagner Elementary School, which have the largest populations are seeing the launch of the Following Their Voices program. “It’s a three year program to support teachers and better […]

by ahnationtalk on December 5, 201815 Views

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