Janine Landry speaks with Carla Duncan and Alicia Brink about the Apiwin Centre at Confederation College in Thunder Bay. Their position within the College’s Negahneewin Student Services is to be Student Navigators. At the Centre they are available to students during regular college hours. The Centre is targeted towards Indigenous students; however, they would never […]
Janine Landry talks with Brent Tookenay, CEO of Seven Generations Education Institute based out of Fort Francis, Ontario. The Seven Generations Language Strategy is an eight- year strategy that looks to revitalize the Ojibwe language in the Treaty 3 territory. There are 22 separate initiatives within the strategy; some of these are programs like the […]
Janine Landry speaks with Leanna Marshall about the Indigenous Student Counsellor Program at Confederation College in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Leanna and her colleagues are there to provide counselling to the college’s Indigenous students in whatever area they may need support. The goal of the program is to meet Indigenous students; needs and support them through […]
Janine Landry speaks with Leanna Marshall about the commemorative installation, Walking With Our Sisters (WWOS). Her role is to sit on the national collective of WWOS, helping communities prepare for the bundle to visit their community (i.e., making sure they have all the resources and knowledge of protocol necessary). The goal of the program is […]
Janine Landry speaks with Shy-Anne Bartlett, an Ojibwe teacher for the Superior Greenstone Board, about her role in a translation project for the Nelson Education, Circle of Life series. In this project, the emphasis is on translating the series of books into the local dialect by community language holders.
An on-reserve school that has created their own curriculum that meets the needs and expectations of the community itself.
The Pic River Secondary program offers students an opportunity to meet their educational requirements by participating in a canoe trip in their traditional territory.
An on-reserve secondary program that assists Indigenous students in acquiring their secondary diploma while at home.