Indigenous artists are reclaiming space on university campuses, threading history and storytelling through creative works in a variety of mediums that enrich the student experience.
The inaugural class of 23 students completed the joint program in Canadian common law and Indigenous legal orders this spring.
Institutions of higher learning are ideally places where there is deliberation and reflection on hard questions, and a shared grappling with the public good.
The move signals ‘a new chapter,’ after years of grassroots advocacy, consultation and committee work.
University researchers add ‘one tool in the toolbox’ to help better understand the state of relations between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in Canada.
Authors hope to increase awareness of the impact of climate change on Indigenous peoples’ health.
Sense of isolation during the pandemic spurred effort to unite senior Indigenous administrators across Canada’s universities.
The work of equity asks leaders to support movement toward justice, even when we cannot always foresee or predict the path forward.
We must shift our conceptions of leadership beyond the confines of individualist, transactional and hierarchal notions toward more complex, relational and collectivist ways that recognize Indigenous nationhood and knowledges.
A recent CACUSS panel shed light on the realities that many racialized staff face.
The university is now seeking input from members of the community through Dec. 7.
Many Indigenous scholars forge ahead to passionately contribute to systemic change; however, as requests mount, and there’s not enough time to go around, we are stretched incredibly thin.
An invitation to decolonize universities through collaboration.
Some university campuses will be closed for the new statutory holiday.
Reconciliation in education begins by acknowledging how educational systems — in particular, our universities, teacher education programs and curricula — have reproduced systemic anti-Indigenous racisms across Canada.
While some Indigenous scholars say there’s been significant progress, others see mostly rhetoric.
Universities across the country are reassessing historical figures and renaming the buildings that commemorated them.
StFX students will now receive two degrees when they graduate: one in Latin and one in Mi’kmaw.
“It’s reconciliation in action,” says executive director of Ongomiizwin.
How Indigenous researchers and communities are working in partnership with universities and non-Indigenous researchers to shape the future of environmental sciences.