Category: 1980s

Students who graduated from First Nations University of Canada between 1980 and 1989

Social Work Opened Many Doors for Tootoosis

Kimberly Tootoosis was determined to attend university out east, but after reading a magazine article about the Social Work program at the Saskatchewan Indian Federated College (SIFC), interest in the Indigenous-based…

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At the Heart of Teaching, is Culture

Violet Naytowhow says culture is the heart of teaching. As a child, growing up on the land in LaRonge, Saskatchewan, Violet learned a great deal about her culture, living off the…

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Inspired by the Next Generation

Elaine Thomas says it was her daughter that inspired her to get her Indian Social Work degree, because of her interest in working with children. So, Elaine accepted the challenge…

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Working for a Better Tomorrow

Milton Tootoosis, Director of Livelihood and Economic Dependence at the Office of Treaty Commission, has been an instrumental actor in the development of Indigenous culture since his graduation from First…

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