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Algoma University Debuts Professional Development Training Program to Share Indigenous Perspectives, Foster Dialogue, and Recognize Bias
Posted on Jun 7th, 2023
Gabegendaadowin (Gah-Bay-Gun-DAH-Doh-Win) means mutual respect, thoughtfulness, care, consideration, and awareness for others. This two-day training program features an Indigenous-developed, designed, and delivered curriculum that will guide course participants through modules that will benefit each unique participant,
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Algoma University Celebrates National Indigenous History Month: June 2023
Posted on May 30th, 2023
National Indigenous History Month (NIHM) and Indigenous Peoples Day are commemorated each June to recognize, celebrate and honour the history, culture and diversity of the First Nation, Métis and Inuit peoples in Canada – past and present.
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Mattagami First Nation and Algoma University Expand Access to Indigenous STEAM Community-Based Education and Training Opportunities
Posted on Feb 8th, 2023
(TIMMINS, ON- February 8, 2023): Leaders from Algoma University recently visited Mattagami First Nation (MFN) to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) focussed on expanding access to Indigenous STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics) community-based education and training opportunities. 
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Algoma University Receives Canadian Heritage Anti-Racism Action Program Funding for Gabegendaadowin Training Project
Posted on Oct 27th, 2021
Former “Shifting Indigenous Frontline Tactics- SHIFT” training updated to reinforce the importance of mutual respect Algoma University recently received $262,500 in funding from the Government of Canada’s Canadian Heritage Anti-Racism Action Program (ARAP) for the Gabegendaadowin program.