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Local Secondary Students Visit Algoma U and SKG to Learn About Canada’s First-Ever Anishinaabe Studies Degree
Posted on Nov 22nd, 2018
(SAULT STE. MARIE, ON: Nov 20, 2018): A large group of local secondary school students paid a visit to Algoma University and Shingwauk Kinoomaage Gamig (SKG) today to participate in a day of activities associated with Algoma’s Bachelor of Arts degree in Anishinaabe Studies,
School Boards Celebrate Anishinaabe Culture at Algoma U
Posted on Oct 10th, 2018
Today, Grade Six students from across the region will be celebrating Education Day at Algoma U. The event, hosted by the University's Anishinaabe Initiatives team, marks a unique co-operation between the school boards and Algoma U.
Algoma U Signs National Agreement in Whitehorse
Posted on Sep 13th, 2018
Officials from Algoma University were in Whitehorse, YK this week to sign a partnership agreement with the National Aboriginal Lands Managers Association.
Algoma U Offers Climate Change Course this Spring
Posted on May 3rd, 2018
This spring, Algoma University will be offering a climate change course from May 28 - June 1, 2018, as part of its Geography Spring Institute.
Algoma U to Screen the Movie Indian Horse
Posted on Mar 21st, 2018
The Anishinaabe People’s Council of Algoma University will be hosting a private screening of critically-acclaimed movie Indian Horse at the Galaxy Cinemas, prior to the national release of the film in April. The private screening is slated for March 31st at 9:30am.
Algoma U Hosts 13th Annual Gathering at the Rapids Pow Wow
Posted on Feb 21st, 2018
Algoma University and SASA welcome everyone to come and indulge in Indigenous culture and customs at the 13th Annual Gathering at the Rapids Pow Wow: Celebrating Life Long Learning at the GLC on March 3 and March 4.
Algoma U Welcomes Joe Tom Sayers as New Director of Anishinaabe Initiatives
Posted on Jan 31st, 2018
Algoma University is pleased to announce the appointment of Joe Tom Sayers as Director of Anishinaabe Initiatives.
Algoma U Hosts 3rd Biennial Anishinaabe Inendamowin Research Symposium
Posted on Jan 17th, 2018
Algoma University and Shingwauk Kinoomaage Gamig (SKG) invite you to attend the 3rd Biennial Anishinaabe Inendamowin (Thought) Research Symposium, being held on January 26, 2018, from 10:00am – 6:00pm.