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Learning Partnership for Community Development and Mino Bimaadizwin: Workshop Report

The Inaugural Meeting for the SSHRC Partnership Grant, ‘Learning Partnership for Community Development and Mino Bimaadizwin’, took place July 12, 2017 at the Carleton Room at the Victoria Inn, Winnipeg. Invitations were extended to the SSHRC Partnership Grant (The Partnership) co-applicants, collaborators, and various supporters of the initiative including the Honourable Robert Falcon-Ouellette and the…

The post-secondary education system for Indigenous people in Canada gets failing grades.

The education system is failing Indigenous people with educational attainment trailing far behind those of non-Indigenous people and by perpetuating a disconnection from the land and their Indigenous languages, which is integral to their cultural identities. The quality of on-reserve education is inferior because of being profoundly underfunded, creating shortages of materials, equipment and no…