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A week of games, dance and story-telling

Smudging Aboriginal Indigenous

  Posted on: February 28, 2014

Aboriginal Awareness Week runs March 2 to 8, including story-telling, dance, games, and a unique opportunity to experience the diversity of Aboriginal cultures and perspectives at TRU.

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A learning community at Cplul’kw’ten

Mural, House of Learning

  Posted on: January 6, 2014

Weytk! TRU welcomes Aboriginal students to a university community that is friendly, supportive, diverse, and student-centered. In addition to the services and supports available to all TRU students, there are a wide variety of services specifically for Aboriginal students to assist you to transition to university life, take advantage of all the opportunities on campus…

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TRU, TteS commit to share in ways of knowing

  Posted on: December 17, 2013

Thompson Rivers University and the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc Indian Band (TteS) strengthened their relationship with the signing of a memorandum of understanding that commits to greater indigenization of TRU’s Kamloops campus. TteS Chief Shane Gottfriedson and Alan Shaver, TRU President and Vice-Chancellor shook hands, exchanged gifts and commented on the university’s origins 43 years ago…

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Indigenous land ownership and economic develoment

  Posted on: September 27, 2013

Well-known Peruvian economist Hernando de Soto will share his research, insights, and other findings in what should be an enlightening presentation on Oct. 4, 10-11:15am, in the Mountain Room of the Campus Activity Centre.

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TRU supports Truth & Reconciliation

  Posted on: September 12, 2013

Thompson Rives University will mark the Sept 16 – 22 Truth & Reconciliation week in British Columbia with stories from survivors, educators, and students who directly or indirectly experienced Canadian Indian Residential Schools.

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