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.
Elders listen and offer guidance on a variety of issues, share stories about their life experiences, and help students connect to their cultural roots.
A number of colleges and universities have specialized career centres and services 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.
Aboriginal people are leaders in every field of the Canadian Armed Forces, and Aboriginal youth can get involved in experience programs with the Forces.
The CAFM designation is a unique way to develop the skills knowledge you’ll need to successfully navigate the complex world of Aboriginal finance.
With the right education and training, Indigenous students and new grads can find themselves employed in green energy following graduation.
It’s expected that First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities will play increasingly relevant roles in mining and energy-related industries in the coming years.
Maria Delesalle (pictured) and Alanna Gauthier are 2 of 3 partners for a consulting company that works with Aboriginal communities in a variety of different ways.
Carleton University geography MA student Becky Mearns works for Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, the national Inuit organization.