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Two New Industry-Responsive Programs Approved for Delivery at Canadore College

Jul 11, 2019 Earlier this month, Canadore College received formal approval from the Ontario College Quality Assurance Service and the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities to deliver two new programs developed in response to industry demand. Construction Project Management Ontario College Graduate Certificate This certificate program is designed to meet the current and projected […]

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Ontario Regional Chief RoseAnne Archibald Congratulates Tesa Fiddler of Muskrat Dam First Nation and Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug on Receiving the Canadian Teachers’ Federation 2019 Outstanding Indigenous Educator Award

(Toronto, July 12, 2019) Today, Chiefs of Ontario and Ontario Regional Chief RoseAnne Archibald would like to congratulate recipient Tesa Fiddler of Muskrat Dam First Nation and Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug on receiving the prestigious Canadian Teachers’ Federation 2019 Outstanding Indigenous Educator award, nominated by the Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association for her leadership in Indigenous education […]

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Thunder Bay podcast about deaths of Indigenous youth to be adapted for TV – CBC

Unique opportunity to have a series led, told through an Indigenous lens, says executive producer Jul 11, 2019 A true-crime podcast probing the deaths and disappearances of Indigenous youth in Thunder Bay, Ont., is set to be adapted for the small screen. Northwood Entertainment and the producers of Canadaland’s Thunder Bay are teaming up to […]

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Amos Key, Jr. aims to bring Indigeneity to Brock – Brock News

July 11, 2019 In his new role as Vice-Provost, Indigenous, Amos Key, Jr. is confident Brock University can become a leader in changing the way Indigenous issues are framed in education. While he believes Brock and other post-secondary schools are doing a good job at ‘Indigenizing,’ Key believes the conversation in Canada needs to shift […]

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AFN Update on First Nations Post-Secondary Education – July 2019 AFN Bulletin

AFN Update on First Nations Post-Secondary Education – July 2019 AFN Bulletin July 11, 2019 Update on First Nations Post-Secondary Education The work and progress in the area of First Nations post-secondary education (PSE) is guided by direction from Chiefs-in-Assembly and the long-standing goal of achieving First Nations control of First Nations Education. First Nations […]

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Canadore Gives Secondary School Awards

Jul 10, 2019 Every year Canadore College offers Secondary School Awards to deserving local high school students who will be attending Canadore in the Fall. This year, 16 schools nominated students with a total of 29 awards in the amount of $500 being presented. Local high schools included: Almaguin Highlands Secondary School Chippewa Secondary School […]

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Conestoga College: Be-Dah-Bin Gamik set for growth with new space

July 9, 2019 Conestoga’s Be-Dah-Bin Gamik has moved to a new space at the Doon campus to enhance services offered to the college community. Now located in 2A601, Be-Dah-Bin Gamik, a Place of New Beginning, provides services for Indigenous students by assisting with a smooth transition to college life and providing ongoing support, which includes […]

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New education and programs manager full of ideas for Stratford Perth Museum – Chatham Daily News

July 9, 2019 Formerly of Gallery Stratford, Peg Dunnem has joined the Stratford Perth Museum as its manager of education and programs. Though she’s been at her new post for two weeks, Peg Dunnem still can’t believe she’s back in Stratford and working at the Stratford Perth Museum. For Dunnem, it had been two years […]

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Students celebrate and learn about Indigenous culture – Haliburton County Echo

For the fifth year, Wilberforce elementary school students, their families, and school staff joined with members of the local Metis and Algonquin communities to celebrate Indigenous culture. At an event held June 14 at the Lloyd Watson Centre, WES principal Elaine Fournier said students had the opportunity to learn about traditional cooking, drumming and art […]

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Western University to host more than 1,550 international guidance counsellors and admissions professionals for global conference

July 8, 2019 The International Association of College Admission Counseling (International ACAC) and Western University will host 1,565 representatives from around the world for an international education conference from July 9 to 12 at Western’s campus in London, Ontario, Canada. Rarely held in Canada, the International ACAC conference is the premier professional development event for […]

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