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tipi at dusk outside of college's campus

Our Commitment

Assiniboine Community College recognizes the unique history of Indigenous peoples and is committed to playing an active role in reconciliation. Our Indigenization Strategy focuses on four initiatives that help reduce barriers to education and educational support to empower Indigenous students to succeed.

CICAN Indigenous Protocol

Post-secondaries that have signed the Colleges and Institutes Canada protocol recognize and affirm their responsibility and obligation to Indigenous education.

BUAPC Commitment of Participation

An MOU establishes the commitment between Brandon Urban Aboriginal Peoples Council and the City of Brandon to promote Aboriginal education, employment and business inclusion within the community.

Manitoba Indigenous Blueprint

Institutions of the Manitoba Collaborative Indigenous Education Blueprint for Universities and Colleges are committed to making excellence in Indigenous education a priority.

Assiniboine Community College Indigenous Strategy

The college's Indigenization strategy encompasses the college's commitment to responding to the Truth & Reconciliation's Calls to Action on education in order to overcome the legacy of residential schools in Canada.

Assiniboine College 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 Metis Nation. We also recognize other Treaty territories where our community-based training takes place. We welcome students who seek knowledge here.