The Aboriginal Business Match (ABM) conference is a top event for Aboriginal business owners. Read this article and find out how it can benefit your career!
Skilled trades are in high demand – the Industry Training Authority (ITA) has put a program in place to help Aboriginal professionals find great careers in this field. Read on to find out more!
Many students think that grad students have little time for things other than schoolwork. Get out there, get involved, and get away from the books!
Idle No More speaks to the importance of inclusion, respect and working together.
It is your choice to disclose your status, but it is not obligatory for you to do so.
Kelly J. Lendsay, President and CEO of the Aboriginal HR Council, outlines both challenges and solutions for Aboriginal students.
16 of the 17 Canadian medical schools identify a process by which they hope to make medical school more accessible to Indigenous students.
With the rise of Idle No More, an updated perspective on the importance of enrolling in Indigenous Studies classes.
Baillie Redfern is an MSc student in UBC’s Genome Science and Technology Program.
An inside look at undergraduate research journals with the Editor-In-Chief of Studies by Undergraduate Researchers at Guelph.
Since Canada contains approximately 10% of the Earth’s forests, there are many opportunities for students to grow their career options in the forestry industry.
Should you travel, get a job, apply to professional school, or go on to a PhD? It all depends on your future goals and expectations.