Queen’s, Lambton, CapilanoU announce housing projects


Queen’s University, Lambton College, and Capilano University announced updates to student housing projects. Queen’s revealed that the recently opened Albert Street student residence will be named Endaayaan–Tkanónsote in recognition of the region’s Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee Indigenous communities. “This name acknowledges the history of this area and seeks to further strengthen the relationships between the institution and the region’s Indigenous communities,” said Queen’s Indigenous Studies Program Director Thanyehténhas (Nathan Brinklow). Lambton is reportedly looking to construct a new campus residence with 300 to 350 beds. The District of North Vancouver approved the creation of 315 new rental units near CapilanoU, half of which will be made exclusive to students and staff.

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