Tag: First Nations University of Canada

Faces Around Campus

Meet some of the passional people you will see at First Nations University who contribute to the success of the school on a daily basis.

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FNUniv, A Retrospective

The university we see today was built on the hard work of generations of educators and leaders, as well as students who have gone on to do great things.  Here…

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Saving First Nations University

In 2010, the First Nations University of Canada was facing the loss of both provincial and federal  funding because of internal management and governance issues. While leadership on both sides…

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Tipi Teachings

At the First Nations University of Canada, elders passed on knowledge about how to raise a tipi to Mother Teresa Middle School students. The tipi is significant as it provides…

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Veterans Memorial Tipi

It is one of the most stunning pieces of architecture in Regina, Saskatchewan. However, not everyone knows what the glass tipi commemorates. In 2008, the First Nations University of Canada…

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