New spaces, artwork announced to support, recognize Indigenous students

Several postsecondary institutions have announced new spaces and artworks to support Indigenous students and recognize Indigenous contributions. Dalhousie University has announced a new Indigenous community room that will provide a space for students and the community to reflect and feel at home. St Francis Xavier University has a new medicine garden that will provide a space on campus for Indigenous students, staff, and faculty to practice their culture, while Lambton College has unveiled plans for an Indigenous Outdoor Space. Lakehead University has installed an 18-foot tipi at the Angora Circle that features a painting acknowledging the Ojibwe peoples in the region. At the University of Winnipeg, a new mural has been installed that features UWinnipeg Wesmen athletes Robyn Boulanger and Josh Gandier, who are both Indigenous role models. StFX| Dal| Nation Talk (Lambton)| Lakehead| Nation Talk (UWinnipeg) Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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