Several postsecondary institutions in Atlantic Canada have announced new short-term learning opportunities. Holland College has partnered with the University of Prince Edward Island’s School of Climate Change & Adaptation, Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Agriculture, and the Abegweit First Nation to create new micro-credentials. These partnerships are part of the 12 new micro-credentials that Holland College has announced this year, which are supported by $2.2M in Canadian Colleges for a Resilient Recovery funding. Mount Saint Vincent University and the University of King’s College co-developed a new Indigenous Media Literacy course for students from MSVU, U of King’s College, and Dal. The course draws on a Mi’kmaw worldview to analyze representations of Indigenous people in the media.