George Brown partners with MCFN to expand Indigenous presence on campus, curriculum, supports

George Brown College and the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation (MCFN) celebrated the signing of an agreement on National Indigenous Peoples Day that outlines a larger partnership between the two. The partners will expand the visible Indigenous presence on all three George Brown campuses, collaborate on curriculum planning, and develop a plan to support Indigenous learners. George Brown and MCFN will also transform campus spaces to reflect Indigenous heritage and cultural practices, add the MCFN logo to entry ways, and name a space in George Brown’s new Limberlost Place building. “The Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation are the traditional land, treaty holders and ongoing caretakers of the land upon which our campuses are situated,” said George Brown President Dr Gervan Fearon. “We are honoured to collaborate with and learn from this community.”

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