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Fleming College to pay tribute to Peterborough Century 21 Lakers

Peterborough ON (November 13, 2019) – Fleming College will pay tribute to the Peterborough Century 21 Lakers in honour of another successful season on Thursday, Nov. 14 at 3:30 p.m. Members of the media and community are invited to attend this special celebration at Sutherland Campus, 599 Brealey Dr., Peterborough. The Mann Cup and other […]

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Laurentian University Set to Host Top Canadian High School Students at New Tricultural Summer Program

Laurentian University is thrilled to announce a new collaboration with Shad Canada, a Waterloo-based charity which runs education programs in science and entrepreneurship for Grade 10 and 11 students. Together, our organizations have created a summer program which will reflect northern Ontario’s unique cultural and linguistic landscape. Not only will our institution play host to […]

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Lakehead University Student Union cutting programs due to loss of funding – CBC

Province’s Student Choice Initiative gives students ability to opt-out of paying fees deemed non-essential The Lakehead University Student Union (LUSU) is cutting programs and staff due to students opting-out of paying fees deemed non-essential. The province’s Student Choice Initiative came into effect this year, and gave students at Ontario’s post-secondary institutions the ability to opt-out […]

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Sheridan College: Six alumni vie for Ontario Premier’s Awards

November 12, 2019 An Oscar-nominated film director, an up-and-coming leader in the gaming world, entrepreneurs, innovators, and advocates for women and children all make up Sheridan’s cohort of nominees for the 2019 Premier’s Awards. Six Sheridan graduates will be celebrated at the awards’ gala in Toronto on Dec. 2. Launched in 1992 by Colleges Ontario, […]

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Connected North’s Toronto Future Pathways Summit – TakingITGlobal

By Dallas Pelly, on behalf of the Connected North team at TakingITGlobal What will help generations of Indigenous students, employees, and entrepreneurs thrive in post-secondary institutions, the workplace, and communities? This past month TakingITGlobal brought together eleven Indigenous youth leaders from across Canada to participate in our Connected North Future Pathways Summit. This gathering was […]

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Rainbow Schools celebrate Indigenous culture with Rock Your Mocs Day

November 12, 2019 Students and staff in Rainbow Schools will walk in harmony wearing their favourite moccasins on Friday, November 15, 2019. “Moccasins are an important part of Indigenous culture, and are as unique as the individuals who wear them,” says Rainbow District School Board Director of Education Norm Blaseg. He adds: “We encourage everyone […]

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Indigenous Rights Conference to be hosted at Brock – Brock News

November 11, 2019 Organizers hope to welcome a significant turnout from across the community for the Indigenous Rights Conference this Saturday, Nov. 16 in downtown St Catharines, where a host of scholars and leaders will examine a range of Indigenous issues. Taking place from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Brock University’s Marilyn I. Walker […]

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N’Swakamok School, Rainbow Board ink education agreement – Sudbury.com

Deal aims to strengthen education opportunities for Indigenous students A memorandum of understanding signed at the end of October aims to boost educational opportunities for Indigenous students in the region. Signed Oct. 23, the agreement is between N’Swakamok Native Alternative School and the Rainbow District School Board. The two parties say the signing of the […]

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Memorandum of Understanding signed for N’Swakamok Native Alternative School

November 11, 2019 On Wednesday, October 23, 2019, Rainbow District School Board and N’Swakamok Native Friendship Centre officials signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the N’Swakamok Native Alternative School. The purpose of the document is to strengthen educational opportunities for Indigenous students within our city, ensure students have equitable access to all available pathways in […]

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Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond Receives Honorary Degree from Carleton University

Carleton University today conferred an honorary degree on alumna Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond in recognition of her commitment to improving supports for Indigenous Peoples and addressing the needs of children and youth involved in the justice system. Turpel-Lafond, or Aki-kwe, received a Doctor of Laws during Carleton’s Fall Convocation, where more than 1,300 students received their […]

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