UWindsor, Can-Am Indian Friendship Centre embark on partnership to advance truth and reconciliation


The University of Windsor and Can-Am Indian Friendship Centre have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to collaboratively advance truth and reconciliation. The two-year agreement will see the partners working together on knowledge creation projects, land-based learning initiatives, continuing education programs, and more. Centre president Jennifer D’Alimonte told the Windsor Star that the centre will also work with the university to ensure its Indigenous campus community feels a sense of connection and belonging. “The development of this MOU is a tremendous opportunity with the University of Windsor in recognizing the importance of connection to language, culture, and traditional teachings,” said D’Alimonte.

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