Hands-on STEAM learning returns for Northern Indigenous youth
May 24, 2023
NORDIK Institute has announced its program Aki Kikinomakaywin (Learning on the Land) is returning for a second year.
Thames Valley trustees approve mandatory course on Indigenous authors
May 24, 2023
Students at the largest school board in Southwestern Ontario will soon be required to take a compulsory Grade 11 English course focusing on Indigenous authors and issues.
New Ojibwe language course aims to restore Indigenous tradition
May 15, 2023
A free language course, teaching the Indigenous language Ojibwe, is now available online.
Anishinabek students awarded lucrative scholarships honouring former Alderville chief
May 16, 2023
Three Anishinabek students are among the half-dozen Indigenous post-secondary school students that have been awarded $10,000 each via an Ontario Power Generation (OPG) scholarship.
Indigenous high school students in Thunder Bay launch CBC Listen series
May 10, 2023
Students at Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School celebrated the launch of their own audio series on CBC Listen Wednesday in Thunder Bay, Ont.
What you need to know about Still Waiting for Truth and Reconciliation, a progress report on Indigenous education in Ontario
May 3, 2023
On April 23, People for Education released a progress report, Still Waiting for Truth and Reconciliation, on Indigenous education in Ontario.