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Supporting Indigenous student success – University of Victoria

April 11, 2024 One of Ryder Hagemeister’s favourite memories from his first semester at university last fall is a meal cooked and shared with a dozen or so friends from the Indigenous Living Learning Community in UVic Residence, where he currently resides. “It was really great to have us all cooking together. We are all […]

by ahnationtalk on April 11, 202414 Views

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Safer, larger Victoria High opens

April 10, 2024 VICTORIA – Students of Victoria High are learning in new, safer classrooms as work is complete on the upgrade and expansion of the school. “Our government continues to build, expand and upgrade schools throughout the province in order to meet the needs of B.C. students and their families,” said Rachna Singh, Minister […]

by ahnationtalk on April 11, 202416 Views

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Exploring Indigenous History: new series challenges Canadians to engage in Truth and Reconciliation at home, work or school

A new independently produced series will encourage Canadians to learn about Indigenous history through powerful personal narratives and engage directly with Truth and Reconciliation. Hosted by award-winning Canadian broadcast journalist Lisa LaFlamme and featuring interviews with prominent First Nations leader Phil Fontaine and internationally recognized human rights expert Kathleen Mahoney, Understanding Indigenous History: A Path […]

by ahnationtalk on April 10, 202418 Views

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New legislation recognizes work of First Nations post-secondary institutes

April 9, 2024 VICTORIA – The work of First Nations to provide post-secondary education to their communities will be supported by ongoing funding provided under new legislation, reflecting the integral role of First Nations-mandated post-secondary institutes as a key pillar of B.C.’s post-secondary education system. “This legislation and the funding it commits will support the […]

by ahnationtalk on April 9, 202428 Views

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New Mission Senior Secondary adds 250 more student spaces

April 5, 2024 MISSION – Plans for an enhanced and expanded Mission Senior Secondary are continuing, with funding secured to create a new, larger school to serve an additional 250 students. “We have been building, expanding and upgrading schools throughout B.C.,” said Rachna Singh, Minister of Education and Child Care. “Our government is working to […]

by ahnationtalk on April 5, 202434 Views

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Student-led Indigenous film festival returns to Vancouver this April – Vancouver Is Awesome

Skoden Indigenous Film Festival returns for the sixth year. More than 30 short films and a feature-length film will be part of the 2024 Skoden Indigenous Film Festival coming to Vancouver on April 6 and 7. The sixth edition of the film festival has been organized by SFU students, along with founder and instructor Carr Sappier (who […]

by ahnationtalk on April 3, 202415 Views

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Brian Storey joins Capilano University as Associate Vice-President, Squamish

North Vancouver B.C. March 28, 2024—Capilano University (CapU) is pleased to welcome Brian Storey, PhD, to the inaugural role of associate vice-president, Squamish, effective May 6, 2024. Storey comes to CapU from Douglas College, where he served in a variety of roles, most recently as the director of global engagement and international student services. Under […]

by ahnationtalk on April 2, 202425 Views

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Capilano University announces Associate Vice-President for Squamish – Squamish Reporter

April 2, 2024 Capilano University has announced the name of Brian Storey, PhD, to the inaugural role of associate vice-president, Squamish, effective May 6, 2024. Storey comes to CapU from Douglas College, where he served in various roles, most recently as the director of global engagement and international student services. Under his leadership, the division […]

by ahnationtalk on April 2, 202425 Views

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More $10-a-day child care spaces

March 28, 2024 Everyone deserves to succeed. But today, for too many Canadians, your hard work isn’t paying off like it did for previous generations. Your paycheque doesn’t go as far as costs go up, and saving enough to go after your dreams seems harder and harder. It doesn’t have to be this way. Everyone […]

by ahnationtalk on March 28, 202432 Views

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Learn about advancements in health at Mini Science night in Salmon Arm – Eagle Valley News

March 28, 2024 Today’s world is ever-changing with new exciting breakthroughs in science happening everyday. Salmon Arm residents now have a chance to learn about some of the newest discoveries and innovations in health research as BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute (BCCHR) is hosting Mini Science Night on May 2. “By moving around B.C., Mini […]

by ahnationtalk on March 28, 202438 Views

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