Go west, young teacher: B.C. schools angling for recruits in Ottawa
School boards in Vancouver and elsewhere in B.C. are looking east to fix a serious teacher shortage.
Colten Boushie case sparks panel event at Memorial University
Colten Boushie, a 22-year-old Cree man from the Red Pheasant First Nation, was shot and killed in August 2016. The verdict last week in the subsequent trial, acquitting Saskatchewan farmer Gerald Stanley, has led to public debate.
‘They don’t feel safe:’ University gives students space to talk about Boushie decision
All MRU students are invited to drop in at the Iniskim Centre on Thursday for a talking circle about the controversial verdict.
How Western science is finally catching up to Indigenous knowledge
Traditional knowledge has become a highly valued source of information for archaeologists, ecologists, biologists, climatologists and others.