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Truth and Reconciliation Week: Day 2 

In response to yesterday’s sharing of the truth, the voices shared today will focus on the reconciliation of Truth and Reconciliation. It is important that both sides of this term are recognized as they are both necessary to building a harmonious future. Acknowledging and accepting the truth must come first as reconciliation is a commitment […]

Truth and Reconciliation Week: Day 1 

Truth and Reconciliation Week at CityU will focus on how to be an active participant in reconciliation. Each day will introduce one of four important pieces of reconciliation.   Day 1: The Truth of Truth and Reconciliation  Day 2: Reconciliation as honouring and healing the truth.  Day 3: Indigenizing & Decolonizing  Day 4: Honouring Indigenous ways […]

Truth and Reconciliation Week at CityU: October 3rd to 6th

 As we honour the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation, a day dedicated to honouring Survivors of residential schools and their families, it is important that the commemoration and honouring of this day continues.  The journey of reconciliation is on-going and requires that as a community we commit to on-going learning and action. With this […]

September 30th is the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation 

 The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is to acknowledge the history and on-going impacts of residential schools in Canada. A time to reflect on the experiences of Indigenous peoples and communities, honouring the Survivors, their families, and the thousands of Indigenous children who did not return home.   Over 150,000 Indigenous children between the ages […]

Great news for the Master of Counselling Virtual Program

We’re excited to announce that CityU Canada’s Master of Counselling Virtual Campus has been formally recognized by the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO).  All recognized programs are rigorously assessed by CRPO, to ensure they meet the minimum education requirements for registration. City U graduates in Ontario may now fast-track their CRPO applications, as […]

Assessing the Effectiveness of Leadership

Development Programs in Enhancing Educational Leaders’ Skills and Performance Heather Henderson and Truman Spring Introduction Strong leadership is the driving force that propels institutions towards excellence in the ever-changing world of education (Smith, 2022). Educational leaders have a significant impact on the future of students, teachers, and the learning environment as a whole. As the […]

Micro-Credentials in Higher Education

Unlocking Opportunities for Lifelong Learning Heather Henderson, Truman Spring & Gloria Antifaiff Introduction: Micro-credentials are garnering considerable attention in recent years as an alterative credential in higher education, offering short, focused, and stackable learning experiences. They have gained popularity as an alternative pathway for learners, providing flexibility and recognition of specific skills and competencies through […]

Ensuring Sustainability and Security for the Philippine Water Sector

Dr. Philamer Torio’s Participation in the Forum Entitled ” Philippine Water Management Agenda: Ensuring Sustainability and Security” While the Philippines is endowed with an abundance of rainfall, it is still beset by problems of water scarcity and insecurity. Towards this end, the Philippine government created the Water Resources Management Office to integrate and harmonize the […]

Understanding Employee Turnover: Insights and Strategies for a Resilient Workforce

A Meta Analysis of the Research Literature from 2019 to 2023 Western Canada Research Fund Truman Spring and Heather Henderson Introduction: Employee turnover is a persistent challenge for organizations across industries. Understanding the factors influencing workforce leaving is crucial for businesses aiming to retain skilled employees and foster a productive work environment. In this meta-analysis, […]

Graduation Spotlight!

It is with great joy that we share photos of Indigenous graduate, Crystal Lameman at the  graduation ceremony in Seattle this past June. Crystal proudly honoured her Cree ancestry and invited her community to celebrate in this accomplishment by wearing traditional regalia, including a beaded graduation cap and moccasins.  A symbol of cultural identity and […]

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