We will be closed this coming Sat., Sun., and Monday and will reopen Tuesday, August 6. Happy long weekend!
Thirty students from 22 high schools and 13 First Nation, metis and Inuit communities made up year two of the Business Network for Aboriginal Youth at its commencement in October 2013. Twenty-six students completed all of the requirements for year two of the pilot program. Twelve of these students were in grade 12 and have More »
When bogged down in the process, deadlines and stress of research we can forget that results of academic research can impactful. Academic research can catch the eye of the media or expose crucial facts that need to be heard by the mainstream. In fact, maybe academics should be actively sharing their results in new ways… More »
For the entire month of July, library fines are 50% off! And, to further entice you to pay your library fines, all monies earned from fines this month will be donated to the SPCA. Come on in, pay your fines, and help a few puppies and kittens.
A recently watched documentary, combined with the recent buzz about Johnny Depp portraying an Aboriginal Person in the The Lone Ranger (2013) has led me to, once again, thinking about settler narratives and cultural appropriation. I recently watched National Geographic’s America Before Columbus (2010) thinking it would speak to pre-contact Aboriginal economies –which has a misleading title because it More »