After five years without board, Aurora seeks board of governors

After five years without a board of governors, Aurora College has announced that it is recruiting a new Board. Cabin Radio reports that the Government of Northwest Territory removed the previous board in June 2017 ahead of a full review of college programming, a move that was described as temporary at the time. The new board will include 10 members, of which five must be Indigenous Northwest Territory residents. Governors will serve for a maximum of three years. Cabin Radio reports that the governors would be entering an “at-times politically charged atmosphere” in the territory, and NWT’s education minister has stated that the college should operate without political interference. Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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