Monthly Archives: September 2015

  • Dechinta makes expansion an election issue

    • September 17, 2015
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    Edge 11 August 2015 According to Erin Freeland Ballantyne, Dechinta’s dean, the land-based school is still in “ongoing talks” with the GNWT to be recognized as an accredited, degree-granting.

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  • NWT bush university trains ‘Indigenous Boreal Guardians”

    • September 17, 2015
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    Northern Journal 10 August 2015 First Nations students from across the North are training to become leaders in land protection and management as part of a new pilot program.

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  • N.W.T.’s ‘Bush University’ teaches First Nations students land-claim skills

    • September 17, 2015
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    Bob Weber, The Canadian Press – July 31, 2015 YELLOWKNIFE — A unique Arctic college is starting a program aimed at giving aboriginal people the skills they need to.

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  • NWT 101: Teachers get schooled in up-here education

    • September 17, 2015
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    Northern Journal 20 July 2015 A new postsecondary course is exposing a pilot group of nine NWT teachers to a political, cultural and historical overview of the North with.

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  • Art, land-based learning lends healing aspect to tough history lessons at Dechinta University

    • September 17, 2015
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    Meagan Wohlberg Northern Journal 15 June 2015 For Peter Andrew, the violent history of colonization of indigenous peoples in Canada is a difficult topic to speak about, let alone.

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