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Niagara College hosts Moose Hide Campaign to stand against violence

May 13, 2022 Pinning their hopes on ending violence against women and children, Niagara College hosted its first Moose Hide Campaign event on May 12, in partnership with Brock University. Held on Moose Hide Campaign Day, the day of ceremony calls for all Canadians — Indigenous and non-Indigenous – to take a stand against violence […]

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Seneca announces new senior position focusing on Indigenous and EDI initiatives

May 12, 2022 Mark Solomon has been appointed Senior Advisor to the President on Reconciliation and Inclusion, overseeing a new department dedicated to advancing the equitable Seneca. Formerly the Dean of Students and Indigenous Education, Mr. Solomon will report directly to President David Agnew, and work with stakeholders across Seneca to advance the institution’s progress […]

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Doug Kirk and Saad Rafi Appointed as Vice-Chairs of Trent University’s Board of Governors

May 12, 2022 Board receives updates on new residence, Anti-Racism Task Force and Indigenous Community Relations at May meeting The Trent University Board of Governors held its fifth regular meeting of the academic year on Friday, May 6, 2022 with the following highlights. In her opening remarks, Board chair Debra Cooper Burger highlighted University news […]

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Canadore College recognizes Moose Hide Campaign Day

May 12, 2022 The Moose Hide Campaign began in 2011 as a grass-roots Indigenous lead movement against violence towards women and children.  Today, it has grown into a nation-wide crusade.  Canadore College has supported the campaign from the beginning, and this year held a special event at the College Drive Campus. “The Moose Hide Campaign […]

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A community of care’: First Nations House celebrates Indigenous grads at U of T – University of Toronto

May 12, 2022 Angelique Belcourt and Kristine Keon recently took the stage at a graduation event, held at First Nations House, that celebrated Indigenous students who completed their studies at the University of Toronto. Tears of joy flowed almost immediately. “We’ve gone through a lot together,” said Belcourt, who will receive her master’s degree in […]

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Georgian College: Nursing faculty member committed to Truth and Reconciliation

May 12, 2022 To mark National Nursing Week, May 8 to 14, we’re sharing stories about people from Georgian’s nursing community: graduates, faculty and students. Today we’re introducing you to Dr. Deanna Bickford, faculty member for the new Honours Bachelor of Science – Nursing (BScN) program at the Owen Sound Campus. Dr. Bickford has spent […]

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Canadore College recognizes Moose Hide Campaign Day

May 12, 2022 | Cindy Males, Public Relations and Communications Specialist The Moose Hide Campaign began in 2011 as a grass-roots Indigenous lead movement against violence towards women and children.  Today, it has grown into a nation-wide crusade.  Canadore College has supported the campaign from the beginning, and this year held a special event at […]

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Oshawa’s Ontario Tech throwing support behind indigenous-led Moosehide Day Campaign – insauga

May 12, 2022 Moose Hide Campaign Day, an indigenous-led annual day of action to end violence against women and children in Canada, will take place today. Last year more than 80,000 people tuned in for the livestreams, fasted for the day or joined one of the many workshops. The livestream for the event is from […]

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With ‘baby steps,’ effort to Indigenize public health and preventive medicine program moves forward – U of T News

The public health and preventive medicine program, an accredited post-graduate training program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, is taking its first steps to Indigenize its curriculum. The effort is being led by a working group comprising University of Toronto Assistant Professors Angela Mashford-Pringle, Barry Pakes, Onye Nnorom and Professor Ross Upshur – all from the Dalla Lana School […]

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For better or worse: AI set to transform science and engineering in Canada

May 10, 2022 Artificial intelligence (AI) is poised to transform how science and engineering is conducted and funded in Canada, bringing both tremendous opportunities and risks, according to a new expert panel report from the Council of Canadian Academies (CCA). AI has the potential to spur innovation and further scientific understanding beyond the limits of […]

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