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Announcements – April 2020 – University Affairs

Nadine Caron is the holder of the founding First Nations Health Authority Chair at the University of British Columbia. In her new role, she will examine the unique needs of Indigenous cancer patients, survivors and their families and work to better understand the health–care system’s responsiveness to Indigenous cancer needs. Dr. Caron is Canada’s first […]

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Sudbury U: Recruiting members to the Board of Regents

The University of Sudbury is actively recruiting new members to its Board of Regents. As a member of the Board of Regents, you will join other leaders from various backgrounds who are committed to the University’s vision and mission and to student learning and success. We are seeking candidates with expertise and attributes in the […]

by ahnationtalk on March 31, 20206 Views

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Ontario Extends School and Child Care Closures to Fight Spread of COVID-19

Province announces second phase of Learn at Home to support continuity of learning March 31, 2020 TORONTO — Due to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 outbreak, the Ontario government announced that schools and child care centres will remain closed to protect the health and safety of students and staff. This extension is being made on the […]

by ahnationtalk on March 31, 20204 Views

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Indigenous Studies instructor helps deliver support to elders in need – Brock U

March 27, 2020 Indigenous Studies Instructor April Powless is lending a helping hand to elders in her community during an uncertain time. Along with teaching in Brock University’s Tecumseh Centre for Aboriginal Research and Education, Powless is also co-owner of Mohawk Towing / Porter Trucking and Construction in Ohsweken, Ont. The company is known for […]

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Diverse perspectives on interdisciplinarity from Members of the College of the Royal Society of Canada

The RSC College was launched in 2014 to recognize excellence in the emerging generation of Canadian scholars, artists and scientists. The College is a single body that regroups highly diverse fields of research enterprise, scholarly practice and artistic endeavor in recognition of the fact that, increasingly, collective efforts across disciplines enhance impact in addressing the wicked global and domestic issues of our time.   But what […]

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Ontario’s $25-million emergency investment in higher education promotes student success

(TORONTO, March 31, 2020) – The Ontario government’s announcement today of $25 million in emergency funding for post-secondary education is a major investment in student success as the province continues to tackle the COVID-19 outbreak. “This is a tremendous investment in the measures to help students complete their college education,” said Linda Franklin, the president […]

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Final class comes early for Celia Ross, but more to come says former Algoma U. president – SooToday

SooToday catches up with the longtime post-secondary educator on the eve of her retirement and finds her embracing online learning Celia Ross planned to walk across Europe after she finished teaching the last class of her career at Algoma University in June. That walk will have to wait. Her path took an unexpected turn. “It’s […]

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ON Government: Province Supports Postsecondary Students During COVID-19

Ontario Enabling Students to Complete the Academic Year, Offering Loan Payment Deferrals and Financial Support for Institutions March 31, 2020 TORONTO — The government of Ontario is easing the financial burden on students and making sure they can complete their studies during the COVID-19 outbreak by temporarily deferring payments for Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) […]

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Laurentian University researchers publishing book about homelessness and reconciliation – CBC

‘Our research has shown that Indigenous people are at great risk’, says Carol Kauppi Mar 31, 2020 A team of researchers at Laurentian University is compiling research about homelessness among Indigenous people — with the hopes it could influence government policy decisions, and contribute to reconciliation. Last fall, the university hosted a conference, called Reclaiming […]

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Anishinaabe woodsman takes his outdoor survival classes online – CBC

‘I hate the idea of a bunch of kids sitting around just playing video games and then getting bored’ Mar 29, 2020 Ever wanted to learn how to make rope out of tree bark or how to make syrup from tree sap? Now you can without leaving your home. Caleb Musgrave, owner and operator of […]

by ahnationtalk on March 30, 20207 Views

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