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Indigenous History Month
The Indigenous Education & Services team hosts a virtual Strawberry Ceremony Wednesday, June 23 at noon. All are welcome to attend.
Joni Shawana is a graduate of the Community Worker program.
Find information about cultural workshops, teachings and services available through Indigenous Education & Services.
Indigenous students at George Brown College are invited to self-identify with Indigenous Education & Services to access services and supports.
Joni Shawana has spent the last 25 years working in the community and educating people on Indigenous cultures. Shawana is Anishinaabe from Wiikwemkoong Unceded Indian Reserve and she is a graduate of George Brown’s Community Worker program. When Shawana was eight years old, she moved off the reserve...
June 21 is National Indigenous Peoples Day – a day for all Canadians to honour the heritage, diversity and contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. Observed on the summer solstice, it offers a chance to celebrate the cultures and voices of Indigenous peoples. At the same time, we...
Six extraordinary professionals who have left an indelible mark on their industries and communities will receive honorary credentials at our virtual 2021 convocation ceremony on Friday, June 25. These individuals are being recognized for contributions to areas of study at George Brown College and to...
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