CALGARY — The Globe and Mail
Jim Prentice, soon to be Alberta’s 16th premier, has worked for years to earn the trust of two warring camps in the battle to build an oil pipeline to the west coast: the energy industry and Canada’s First Nations. Now he faces a conundrum: how to get those camps to trust each other.
Over $395,293 donated for residential schools and food security studies on campus
Posted in News by Craig Adolphe, Tariq Sohail
The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) recently awarded the University of Manitoba $195,657 for the “Embodying empathy” development project, and another $199,636 over three years to find solutions to food insecurity in northern First Nation communities.