Nipissing, URegina, UVic announce strategic plans with focus on Indigenization, truth and reconciliation


Nipissing University, the University of Regina, and the University of Victoria have released strategic plans that include a critical focus on Indigenization and truth and reconciliation. Nipissing has launched its strategic plan, entitled “Pathways: Our Commitments to Water, Land, and People for the Next Seven Generations at Nipissing University,” which outlines six commitments in areas such as truth and reconciliation, sustainability, and innovative growth and the pathways for achieving these goals. URegina launched its Indigenous Engagement Strategic Plan “Tapwewin kwayaskwastâsowin, Truth and Putting Things Right,” which outlines a course forward to truth and reconciliation for the university. The University of Victoria recently announced “XÊ·kÊ·É™nəŋ istÉ™l | W̱ȻENEṈISTEL | Helping to move each other forward: UVic’s Indigenous Plan.” The plan outlines the university’s responsibilities to its Indigenous stakeholders, including students and local Nations, and holds the institution accountable for them.

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