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4 Days of Learning

There are many ways of sharing and learning knowledge. For Truth and Reconciliation Week Sept. 26-30th, CityU will be sharing knowledge through different perspectives and medias. Through learning about colonization in Canada and honouring the diversity of Indigenous worldviews, may we all be inspired to play an active role on the path to reconciliation.   Day …
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Graduation Celebration 2022

Last August, the CityU family celebrated the success of our new graduates. Students, family, friends and faculty gathered together at the Nat Bailey Stadium in Vancouver. It was a great afternoon full of joy and smiles. Congratulations to all the 2022 graduates. …
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City University in Canada Statement on the Missing Children of the Kamloops Indian Residential School It is with the deepest sense of sadness that City University in Canada pays our respects and extends our condolences to the families, loved ones and communities of the 215 children recently discovered at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School. We …
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International Day of the World’s Indigenous People 

This year marks the 27th anniversary of World Indigenous Peoples Day, a day to honour and acknowledge Indigenous peoples around the globe. August 9th was chosen as it represents the first meeting of the United Nations’ Working Group on Indigenous Populations (WGIP), a group formed to focus on Indigenous human rights.   Today, take space to …
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Achievement

Dear CityU in Canada Community, Every year, CityU presents The President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. This award is given to an Associate Faculty member who has made significant, lasting contributions to the reputation and quality of the University’s programs. These instructors are recognized by our students and faculty for their proactive and consistent provision of quality teaching that incorporates best practices …
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Achievement

Dear CityU in Canada community, Every year CityU presents The President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching.  This award is presented to Principal Faculty who have demonstrated significant and sustained contributions to the reputation and quality of the university’s programs. These instructors are recognized by our students and faculty as demonstrating active and continuous high-quality instruction …
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June 21st is National Indigenous Peoples Day in Canada!

The summer solstice welcomes harvesting season. It is a time to begin collecting the abundance of crops that have sprouted from the earth during the rains of spring. It is a time of celebration, which makes it the perfect time to celebrate Indigenous peoples in Canada. And with the diversity of hundreds of Indigenous communities …
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Indigenous History Month in Canada

Learn the meaning behind the image used for National Indigenous History Month. Indigenous History Month has arrived! June is a month to celebrate First Nations, Inuit, and Métis communities in Canada. It a month of cultural ceremony and celebration. With National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21st, the month is filled with events honouring the …
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A New Season at CityU

Spring is in full swing. The flowers and trees are blossoming in a rainbow of colours. It’s the season for change, growth, and renewal. The perfect moment for CityU in Canada to announce some exciting changes! Without further ado, I would like to introduce you to the two new Indigenous pages on the CityU in …
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Alberta Spring 2022 Term Return to Campus Announcement

Throughout the pandemic, CityU in Canada, has been working diligently to plan for and facilitate a safe return to campus for all students, faculty, and staff. While our British Columbia students, faculty, and staff returned to on campus learning in January 2022, our Alberta students remained virtual for the Winter 2022 term. However, the recent …
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