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A+ First Year for Business Network for Aboriginal Youth

On June 1-2, the Business Network for Aboriginal Youth is concluding a highly successful first year, with a gathering in Millbrook First Nation to celebrate the achievements of the program’s first graduates.  The program, which is an initiative of Cape Breton University’s (CBU) Purdy Crawford Chair in Aboriginal Business Studies, is exemplary of CBU’s commitment More »

Blackberry Technology Key To Business Network for Aboriginal Youth

Leadership in Aboriginal post-secondary education is rooted in Cape Breton University’s vision of academic excellence. Demonstrating its ongoing commitment to this model of education, the University is launching the Business Network for Aboriginal Youth, led by CBU’s Purdy Crawford Chair in Aboriginal Business Studies, Dr. Keith Brown. This two year pilot program aims to enrich More »

Aboriginal Education, Economic Sustainability and Environment on CBU Agenda for Governor General

Cape Breton University is showcasing its history and leadership in Aboriginal education during the Governor General of Canada’s visit to campus on Thursday, June 2.  Their Excellencies the Right Honourable David Johnston and Mrs. Sharon Johnston will learn about CBU’s thirty-five year relationship with local and regional Aboriginal communities and the significant milestones that speak More »