Only an apology will make the university’s actions sincere.
Something needs to change now that Canada’s flaky relationship with UNDRIP is in its 13th year.
The national conference held at the U of S connects underrepresented youth with new opportunities in their field.
The events on Wet’suwet’en territory show a colossal divide in Canada.
A queer Métis woman herself, LaRose-Smith is a vocal advocate for underrepresented groups.
Why is observing this month-long event important, and what history is there to celebrate?
From now on, the university will give annual updates on the plan in June.
Cultural leader Joseph Naytowhow works at helping and healing the campus community through traditional knowledge.
Students and community members meet on campus to celebrate a step towards Indigenization.
MentorSTEP provides opportunity for students pursuing STEM subjects and industry professionals to learn from each other.