Staff ~ The Prince Albert Daily Herald
Doyle Anderson has resigned as president of First Nations University of Canada.
Anderson, who spoke at the Prince Albert & District Chamber of Commerce Chairman’s Night in November, told the university’s board of governors that he was resigning to attend to family health issues
(letter to editor)
By Rick Hesch, The Leader-Post (Regina)
The Wall government's "lobbying" the feds to increase education funding to First Nations, as reported in in the March 28 Leader-Post, is welcome. This is perhaps the biggest contribution a provincial government can make to improving education on First Nations reserves. However, this advocacy is taking place while the province is looking to build new schools or school additions on the cheap through P3 contracts as reported earlier.