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First Peoples' Centre

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“Your Home Away From Home”

We have two offices (and a tipi) to serve you, located at the Education Centre Campus in C254 and at Commerce Court Campus, W100. These areas have been designed to ensure a comfortable learning environment for you. Your academic and general counselling needs can be met by booking a session with one of our Aboriginal counsellors. Cultural resources, peer tutoring and mentorship can be accessed to enhance your educational experience. Our goal is to offer cultural relevancy within post-secondary programming combined with integration and articulation of post-secondary programs to increase student opportunities for dual diplomas, certificates, and/or specialization and employment options for graduates.

First Peoples’ Centre Fast Facts:

  • Over 350 Aboriginal students attend Canadore College annually from across Ontario, Quebec and the rest of Canada. Many Nations are represented including: Ojibway, Oji-Cree, Cree Algonquin, Métis, Mohawk and Inuit.
  • The Canadore Aboriginal Student Association (CASA) organizes ongoing fundraising for student activities and special events. CASA members develop leadership skills while helping to build a sense of community for Aboriginal students.
  • The Canadore Student Representative Council has an elected position to the Council to ensure that the quality of Aboriginal student life at Canadore is maintained.


Indigenous Education                                  Strategic Plan 2020

Count Me In!

How do I self-identify?

You can self-identify at any time.
- Complete the online self-identification form at: http://www.emailmeform.com/builder/form/rdzXG0OZoebLtbF9NEx4kgfel

- Complete the Count Me In! postcard found at all front line service desks located throughout the college at each of our campuses and return to the service desk.
- Email: countmein@canadorecollege.ca

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