News and Reports
June 2, 2017
Dr. Carolina Tytelman’s thesis, Place and Forest Co-Management in Nitassinan/Labrador, examines how well the co-management process and its institutions worked in representing both the Innu Nation and the provincial government.
May 30, 2017
Working with Sean Panting, the School of Music’s development officer, Mitchel Fleming used every spare moment he had to seek donations for an endowed scholarship. The inaugural Memorial Aboriginal Music Award was presented this past year to Kendra Jacques, a violinist from Labrador.
May 18, 2017
Dr. Ashlee Cunsolo, director of the Labrador Institute in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, which, along with Sheshatshiu Innu First Nation, hosted the conference, echoed Grand Chief Qupee’s message. “The key themes that underscored the four days of sharing and scholarship were incorporating reconciliation and relationality in academic pursuits, understanding and respecting multiple perspectives and world views, and the importance of northern-led research.”
April 21, 2017
The Aboriginal Resource Office hosts open drumming circles every friday at lunchtime throughout the fall and winter semesters. During Aboriginal Peoples Week, Chief Mi'sel Joe visited and provided the drum group with a name: Mawitajik, meaning “they come together.”