CapilanoU introduces Chén̓chenstway to work toward reconciliation

Capilano University has introduced Chén̓chenstway, a living document that acts as a starting point for the university’s work towards reconciliation. The document outlines five primary areas of commitment: learners, employees, programming, culture, and knowledge. The guide provides direction on the incorporation of First Nations languages, cultures, and knowledge. It will also guide the university as it works with host nations and the Métis Nation of British Columbia to advance regional Indigenous education priorities and aligns its words and actions with goals and objectives developed by the Government of British Columbia Ministry of Post-Secondary and Future Skills.