Stories

Aboriginal language program brings together students and community

The First Nations Language Program (FNLG) was initiated in 1997 to establish community-based collaborations with communities to document and preserve Aboriginal languages

Indigenous Education in the UBC Faculty of Education

Greetings from the Faculty of Education! I am pleased to present highlights from the 2008/09 academic year and to tell you about some of our plans for the 2009/10 academic year. Faculty We welcome two  new Indigenous faculty members: Drs. Mark Aquash and Tracy Friedel.  Dr. Mark Aquash is from Walpole Isladn First Nation in […]

Message from the Director, First Nations House of Learning

Mitakuye oyasin, chante waste ya nape chiyusa pelo. My friends and relations, with a good heart I shake your hands. I greet you first in the language of my Lakota ancestors, and next acknowledge that I am a relatively recent arrival and guest on the land of the Musqueam people. I thank Musqueam for their […]

Safeguarding the Keys to Knowledge

If indigenous languages disappear so, too, will invaluable knowledge about our environment and sustainable ways of life, warns Lester-Irrabina Rigney…

I.A.H. Opens Medicinal Gardens

The Institute of Aboriginal Health and the Department of Family Practice have received a grant through the Healthy Workplace Initiatives fund to create indoor and outdoor medicinal gardens at the Family Practice admin offices as well as for a series of workshops and tours during the coming year. There are several opportunities for students to […]

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