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Aboriginal Co-ordinated Strategy launched at Carleton

For Mallory Whiteduck, the month of November was a remarkable time in Carleton’s history. Whiteduck, along with her colleagues at the university, saw the implementation of a new document that recognizes and embraces Aboriginal culture on campus. Continue 

Centre for Aboriginal Culture and Education has array of services

Aboriginal culture thrives in the heart of Carleton’s Tory tunnels, at the Aboriginal lounge. In fact, the lounge fosters a quiet study space, a place for Continue 

Learning about Aboriginal heritage “fascinating”: Student

During his first three years at Carleton, Tim Gull went from knowing almost nothing about his heritage to writing his final research essay on Aboriginal Continue 

Master’s grad heads to Yellowknife to study “social economy”

Community-based institutions such as church groups, seniors’ organizations, sports associations and Aboriginal networks are the glue that hold a Northern Continue 

CIRCLE brings indigenous culture, language and music together

Culture, language and music are crucial elements of a community’s development and self-identity, and they all have a home at Carleton’s Centre for Continue 

Aboriginal advocate

Linda Capperauld, director of Equity Services, is pleased to welcome Sheila Grantham into her temporary appointment to the Centre for Aboriginal Culture and Education. In this role, she will work closely with Aboriginal Cultural Liaison Officer, Irvin Hill. Ms. Grantham is a master’s Continue 

Sixth annual Powwow

Carleton University welcomed new and returning students to campus with a traditional Powwow. The Powwow featured First Nations drumming and dancing, Métis jigging and Inuit throat Continue 

Aboriginal post-secondary ceremony celebrates students’ successes

It was a first that Carleton Aboriginal students hope becomes an annual tradition. The inaugural Aboriginal Post-Secondary Achievement ceremony was held at the Continue 

Reaching Out + Reaching Back

The seventh annual New Sun Conference on Aboriginal Arts will take place on Saturday, March 1, 2008. The conference, which is hosted by Professor Allan Ryan, the New Sun Chair in Aboriginal Art and Culture, will feature presentations by dancer and Continue 

Aboriginal CKCU goes on the air

Of the 24,085 full- and part-time students, currently enrolled at Carleton University, approximately 250 are Aboriginal. If these students get lost in the crowd, they can often find it difficult to remain connected to their First Nation, Metis or Continue 

Easing the transition for Aboriginal students

Carleton has introduced a new academic support program designed to specifically address the needs of first-year Aboriginal students. The Aboriginal Enriched Support Program (AESP) is part of the current ESP program, and offers Aboriginal students Continue 

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