Institutions host events, undertake initiatives for National Indigenous History Month

Postsecondary institutions across Canada are hosting events and undertaking initiatives to recognize National Indigenous History Month. Mount Saint Vincent University has announced that it will be offering a new Indigenous stole with a ribbon fringe for Indigenous graduates to wear during their convocations. The University of Windsor is hosting a pow wow and a webinar to educate participants on pow wow teachings and protocols. The University of Winnipeg has installed Indigenous language banners to welcome people to campus in a variety of languages, including Cree, Dakota, and Ojibwe. The University of Alberta has announced that it will be launching a new strategic plan which will focus on developing and continuing relationships with Indigenous communities and knowledge keepers. The College of the Rockies announced that two Ktunaxa speakers would be sharing wisdom with the community. MSVU| CBC Radio (UWindsor)| UAlberta| Nation Talk (UWinnipeg) Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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