Category: Profiles

Profiles of graduates of the First Nations University of Canada from 1976 to present day

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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A Better Life Through Education

Trina Joseph went to First Nations University of Canada (FNUniv) in an effort to stay sober and healthy. With encouragement from professors and family, Trina obtained several degrees which brought…

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From Workbooks to Facebook

Over the last 30 years, 62-year-old Solomon Ratt has maintained the same passion for teaching, but his methods have changed a lot. Solomon used to rely on classroom settings to teach…

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The Role Model Effect

Kelsey Starblanket believes in the role model effect. That’s why when he wanted to attend university, the First Nations University of Canada was the clear choice. In 2002, Kelsey graduated…

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