UAlberta signs agreement with T8FN to support student success, releases progress report and dashboard


The University of Alberta has made two announcements related to Truth and Reconciliation. UAlberta has signed a historic agreement with Treaty 8 First Nations of Alberta (T8FN) that aims to improve high school graduation rates by offering dual-credit courses, promoting postsecondary education, and ensuring that students have relevant coursework and hands-on experiences to help them connect with the job market. UAlberta has also released a report that outlines its progress on the National Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Calls to Action. The report is accompanied by a dashboard that shows the university’s progress in a variety of areas, including Language and Culture, Health, Justice, and Education for Reconciliation.

UAlberta (1) | UAlberta (3, Dashboard) | UAlberta (2)