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A cabinet for the Canada of 2015

Electoral winds of change swept through Ottawa, taking a male-dominated Conservative cabinet with it.
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How To, Student Life

10 ways to look after your health on campus

With the sudden end of our seemingly endless summer, come the longer dark nights and wetter days of autumn. To...

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Fun Stuff, Student Life

Cedar weaver shares traditional knowledge

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The scent of freshly soaked cedar strips filled the Kéwusm-áyakn Student Centre last week at a Cedar Hat Weaving workshop...

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Hot Topics

Honouring Indigenous knowledge

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How can we weave Aboriginal knowledge into Capilano University’s curriculum? What can we do to ensure that Aboriginal learners feel...

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Changemakers, Community Life, Student Life

Former NWT premier Stephen Kakfwi to speak at Cap

To conclude this week’s Honouring Truth and Reconciliation activities on campus, Stephen Kakfwi will be joining us as our keynote...

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Community Life, Hot Topics

Ending the trafficking of Aboriginal women

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Aboriginal girls, youth and women bear the brunt of the violence of sex trafficking in Canada.  They suffer this violence...

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Hot Topics, Student Life

What does Two-Spirited mean?

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Although the term “Two-Spirit” was used by a few activists and academics in the 1980s, it was officially coined in...

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Changemakers, Community Life, Hot Topics

Students bring Truth and Reconciliation themes to life

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Last week, as part of Capilano University’s Truth and Reconciliation activities, Cap Theatre students participated in a number of live...

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Community Life, Student Life

Second Annual Pow Wow

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On Thursday, September 12, the Capilano Students’ Union will be hosting a traditional pow wow called ‘Coming Together’ at the...

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Community Life

June 21, 2013: National Aboriginal Day

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Today is National Aboriginal Day! Established in 1996 by a group of aboriginal organizations working with the Canadian government, this...

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