Anishinabek News -November 20, 2018

First Nations Technical Institute (FNTI) is celebrating a 93 per cent employment rate among last year’s graduates thanks to a focus on education and being workplace ready.


The Cost of learning: Research in Canada’s North up to 25 times more expensive

CBC – November 20, 2018

Consultation with Indigenous communities and travel add costs to scientific studies


Training program for early childhood educators to help keep Mi’kmaw language alive

The Star- November 19, 2018

The federal and provincial governments are teaming up with a Mi’kmaw advocacy group and the Nova Scotia Community College to create an Indigenous-centred training program for early childhood education.


Indigenous students pay tribute to famed WWI sniper with portrait

CBC – November 19, 2018

Portrait presented to great-grandson of Francis Pegahmagabow, by students who painted it


Five postsecondary partners to host annual forum at Algoma U

Soo Today – November 18, 2018

University and Indigenous leaders focused on the importance of working together to advance reconciliation during the 2018 Universities Canada National Building Reconciliation Forum held Nov. 15 and 16 at the University of Victoria.


First Nations mom threatened with expulsion after social work program says babies and books don’t mix

APTN News –November 17, 2018

A mother from Kingsclear First Nation in New Brunswick has filed a human rights complaint against St. Thomas University for discrimination after the school told her not to bring her infant to class.


 Concordia, Cree Health Board, Boscoville partner one certificate program for Cree Youth Workers

Academia Group – Nov 14, 2018

Concordia University, in partnership with the non-profit youth organization Boscoville and the Cree Health Board, has introduced a new certificate program for Indigenous youth workers.


 DFC students participate in Go Purple day

Wawatay News pg. 11 – November 15 2018

A group of Dennis Franklin Cromarty First Nations High School Students recently teamed up with Angew H. Johnston Public School Junior Kindergarten students to read Wab Kinew’s book Go Show the World.


 Land-based education and food forest at Muskeg Lake Cree Nation a success

Academia Group – November 14, 2018

Muskeg Lake Cree Nation has built a new land-based education centre named the kihiw waciston school, which is Cree for “eagle’s nest.”