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Elder Shirt's presence was felt deeply in the GBC community through her hosting of cultural sessions and annual speeches. Her leadership, guidance, and scholarship in Indigenous cultural and traditional teachings created a legacy among Indigenous learners that will never be forgotten.

Elder Shirt was honoured by the province for her over 50 years as a champion and pioneer of Indigenous education, a community activist and a Knowledge and Wisdom Keeper.

The GBC community honours the courage of individuals who have served and continued to serve our country, through observance of the Indigenous Veterans Day on November 8, and Remembrance Day on November 11.

The David Wolfman Leadership Award was officially launched on September 25 at an Orange Shirt Day dinner at The Chefs' House.

On September 22, students and GBC employees celebrated the Nibwaakaawin (Wisdom) program graduation ceremony at the Six Nations Community Hall.

Jordon Jensen retrained for a new career with the Computer Programming and Analysis program. In his final year of study, he was awarded a $10,000 scholarship from the Ontario Power Generation’s (OPG) John Wesley Beaver Memorial Scholarship program.

As George Brown College celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21, we are highlighting important changes happening across the entire college community as we continue to integrate Indigenous ways of knowing into curricula, classroom practices and institutional decision-making.

Community Worker program alumna Emily Clairoux's piece, Mino Pimadiziwin – That Good Way, will be featured on TTC vehicles.

The festival, which takes place on Garrison Common June 17 and 18, is a free event that spotlights contemporary First Nations, Inuit and Métis music and performance arts, artisans and a food market.

The Anishinaabe Indigenous rights advocate and global youth environmental activist spoke at George Brown College ahead of Earth Day for the Indigenous Knowledge Keepers Series.