FNUniv Northern Campus Receives Award RCE Saskatchewan for Sustainability Activities
The Regional Centre of Expertise on Education for Sustainable Development Saskatchewan (RCE) honored the First Nations University of Canada’s Northern Campus’s “Footprints” Committee for their concerted effort to reduce the Prince Albert Campus’s ecological footprint. The award ceremony recognized a number of organisations and was held in Prince Albert on May 8th, 2013.
FNUniv’s Footprints Committee is based in Prince Albert and their stated purpose is “to enhance awareness of environmental issues within the Northern Campus population and to promote actions which reduce the impact of our campus on the planet”.
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Headlines from this issue:
- Two FNUniv Faculty Instrumental in $750K SK Health Research Foundation Grant
- FNUniv Northern Campus Receiving Award from RCE Saskatchewan for their Sustainability Activities
- FNUniv @ Sask Book Awards: 2 Nominees & Aboriginal Publishing Sponsorship
- FNUniv Snapshot
- FNUniv in Cuba for VII International Seminar on Canadian Studies: “Canada, managing social and cultural diversity,” hosted by the University of Holguin
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