Several postsecondary institutions across Canada have unveiled new courses for the start of the Fall semester. Laurentian University is offering the Anishnaabemowin Land-Based Immersion: Bngishmok: The Western Direction course, which teaches participants the Anishnaabemowin language in an 8-day camp format. Lambton College has launched an open-source online course that teaches International students how to stay safe and healthy while studying in Canada. The course focuses on areas such as housing, mental health, labour exploitation. The Northern Alberta Institute of Technology’s JR Shaw School of Business has launched a new, required intrapreneurship course that will prepare students to act and think like an entrepreneur to enhance an existing business. The British Columbia Institute of Technology and the Whistler Institute have partnered to develop and launch accredited business and leadership courses for the Whistler community, and have also worked with the Lil’wat Nation to create two Indigenous and Intercultural Awareness courses. Laurentian| Lambton| NAIT| Pique News Magazine (BCIT) Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.