Postsecondary institutions recognize, celebrate National Indigenous History Month


Postsecondary institutions across Canada have been recognizing and celebrating National Indigenous History Month and Indigenous Peoples Day. The University of New Brunswick hosted a circle discussion with Indigenous community members and local health service providers to discuss accessibility, inclusion, and support for Indigenous students. Algoma University held a flag-raising ceremony in front of Shingwauk Hall, and Algonquin College Early Childhood Education students learned about Indigenous doll making and incorporating Indigenous knowledge into the classroom from dollmaker Rose Moses. Emily Carr University organized an Indigenous Art Market that includes art from Indigenous students, staff, faculty, and local Indigenous practitioners.

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