Indigenization Strategy | Assiniboine Community College
Indigenization Strategy

Indigenization StrategyAssiniboine recognizes the unique history of Indigenous peoples and is committed to playing an active role in reconciliation. Indigenous learners and communities are an important consideration in senior-level decision making and organizational planning. 

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TurtleOur campuses are located on the traditional territories of Treaty No. 1 and Treaty No. 2, and the shared traditional lands of Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, Dene and Anishinabek/Ojibwe peoples, and the homeland of the Métis nation. This, in itself, signifies the diversity and complexity of the Indigenous communities in our province.

The Indigenization strategy described in this document reflects these complexities and Assiniboine Community Colleges’ commitment to reconciliation; the decolonization of education at the post-secondary level; our obligations to CICan’s Aboriginal Protocol, Manitoba’s Collaborative Indigenous Education Blueprint, the MOU with the Brandon Urban Aboriginal People’s Council; and our engagement to ensure Indigenous student success.