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University of Oxford Canada Tour
For: Students and Parents
University representatives will offer information and advice on applying to university in the UK and to Oxford in particular. 75 more words

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Aboriginal Awareness Weeks at Various Universities and Colleges

A variety of Canadian universities and colleges host annual Aboriginal Awareness Weeks which include diverse cultural and educational events to raise awareness on their campuses about Indigneous peoples, issues, cultures and worldviews. 702 more words


Destination UBC: Saturday, May 24, 2014

Excited about attending UBC this fall? Not sure what to do now?

Attend Destination UBC where you’ll get your questions answered, connect with the UBC community, and start preparing for life as a UBC student.  160 more words

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Trent University Indigenous Studies Department

The Indigenous Studies Department is the oldest of its kind in Canada, beginning in 1974 as the Department of Indian and Eskimo Studies. Within the department, courses, diplomas, and degrees are offered at the undergraduate and graduate levels, which help students to understand who they are and what it means to be Canadian, while providing students with the opportunity to begin to understand Indigenous cultures and worldviews, and the issues facing Indigenous communities in Canada and societies across the world.


University of Saskatchewan: “Treaty Talks”

“Treaty Talks” is an initiative of the University of Saskatchewan’s Aboriginal Students’ Centre (ASC) in partnership with the Office of the Treaty Commissioner, the Department of Native Studies, and the Indigenous Students’ Council. 94 more words


University of Manitoba: National Research Centre on Residential Schools

As per its mandate, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC) has established a permanent National Research Centre for Truth and Reconciliation, to ensure the work and legacy of the commission carries on after its five-year mandate is complete. 113 more words


Vancouver Island University’s Centre for Pre-Confederation Treaties and Reconciliation

In 2014, the Vancouver Island University (VIU) established a Centre for Pre-Confederation Treaties and Reconciliation in Nanaimo, British Columbia. The goal of the centre is to advance research, education, and public understanding and dialogue on Pre-Confederation Treaties from across Canada, as a way of contributing to the national challenge of reconciliation. 37 more words