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A group of researchers recently travelled to Whitehorse to help build the future of Indigenous hockey.


Building the future of Indigenous hockey

Janice Forsyth, Director of the First Nations Studies program, and four Western students recently traveled to Whitehorse to conduct research at the National Aboriginal Hockey Championships

Increased tariffs risk manufacturing jobs, and risk tearing apart the world order that has existed since the Second World War.


Increased tariffs mean increased risks

Increased tariffs risk manufacturing jobs, and risk tearing apart the world order that has existed since the Second World War. These are some of the conclusions John Whalley has come to.

Anita Rooke, winner of the  Angela Armitt Award


Award winner's education a long path to new experiences and perspectives

Anita Rooke’s completed her undergraduate degree as a part-time student. The 12-year journey to her degree was an interesting path that opened her eyes to new experiences and new perspectives.

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