Union of BC Indian Chiefs: Harper Government’s Changes to Indian Studies Support Program Are Unacceptable News Release. June 5, 2013 (Coast Salish Territory / Vancouver – June 6, 2013) The Union of BC Indian Chiefs demands that the Federal Depa
Check out the accolades given to Seabird Island College by Chilliwack-Fraser Canyon MLA Gwen O’Mahony in the BC Legislative Assembly last week: http://bcleg-ds1.insinc.com/ibc/mp/md/open/f/8/10/20130306wv150en?f=w&m=v&l=en&w=13:57:15&
IAHLA has been informed that the Ministry of Advanced Education, Innovation and Technology (the Ministry) has released its Green Paper on the Quality Assurance Framework (the Framework) for British Columbia’s post-secondary institutions. This paper r
Hello Partners in First Nations Post-Secondary Education We are delighted to inform you that IAHLA’s very own Dr. Jeanette Armstrong was nominated and has been selected as one of the Recipients for the British Columbia Community Achievement Awards.
FNESC and IAHLA have been informed that Canada’s universities have created a new online tool to provide Aboriginal students with better access to information on programs and services on campuses across Canada. It is a searchable database of resources
In 2012/13, the Ministry of Advanced Education, Innovation and Technology has provided each public post-secondary institution with funding to assist students who have urgent unforeseen financial needs that might prevent them from finishing the school
The BC Ministry of Advanced Education funds Aboriginal Service Plans at 11 public post-secondary institutions. The Aboriginal Service Plans are 3-year rolling strategic plans. They are developed and implemented by public post-secondary institutions