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Four new scholarships are now available to Aboriginal students across the province, with the financial aid being offered in memory of two people who contributed greatly to promotion of Metis culture and history.

The Delia Gray Scholarships and Joey Gladue Scholarships were…

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Four new scholarships are now available to Aboriginal students across the province, with the financial aid being offered in memory of two people who contributed greatly to promotion of Metis culture and history.

The Delia Gray Scholarships and Joey Gladue Scholarships were…

Ever since she was a little girl, Shirley Haynes has wanted to be a teacher, but when she graduated from high school, her financial situation put attending university to pursue her dream out of her reach.

A dozen years later, Haynes finally got a chance to begin her post-secondary…

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Eight Aboriginal students from across the country have been recognized by Xerox Canada, receiving scholarships through the company's Aboriginal Scholarship program. This year's winners were announced Sept. 12 at a press conference held at the provincial museum in Edmonton.

Did you know that Aboriginal Canadian or Native American students between the ages of nine and 11 years old could win free tuition to Space Camp just by sending in a short 30 second video and telling why they want to go?

Did you know that if you won one of 12 scholarships for Aboriginal…

An idea that has been in the works for a long time has finally come to fruition.

Officials with the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies announced in late October that they were launching a foundation.

Randell Morris, SIIT's president and CEO, said school officials had…

Two of the five Xerox Canada Aboriginal Scholarships for 1996 were awarded to Albertans, the company announced on Dec. 19. Rob Crow, a status Indian who lives with his wife and three young children in Lethbridge, began studying management in the Business Enterprises and Self-Governing Systems of…

Two of the five Xerox Canada Aboriginal Scholarships for 1996 were awarded to Albertans, the company announced on Dec. 19. Rob Crow, a status Indian who lives with his wife and three young children in Lethbridge, began studying management in the Business Enterprises and Self-Governing Systems of…

Two of the five Xerox Canada Aboriginal Scholarships for 1996 were awarded to Albertans, the company announced on Dec. 19. Rob Crow, a status Indian who lives with his wife and three young children in Lethbridge, began studying management in the Business Enterprises and Self-Governing Systems of…

Two of the five Xerox Canada Aboriginal Scholarships for 1996 were awarded to Albertans, the company announced on Dec. 19. Rob Crow, a status Indian who lives with his wife and three young children in Lethbridge, began studying management in the Business Enterprises and Self-Governing Systems of…

  • January 18, 2002
  • Raven's Eye Staff, Vancouver
  • Raven's Eye

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Four young Native people will find it a little easier to pay their expenses as they pursue their dreams of higher education, thanks to the a new initiative by BC Hydro.

The first ever list of Seventh Generation Club scholarship winners was announced in mid-January. BC Hydro…

Two of the five Xerox Canada Aboriginal Scholarships for 1996 were awarded to Albertans, the company announced on Dec. 19. Rob Crow, a status Indian who lives with his wife and three young children in Lethbridge, began studying management in the Business Enterprises and Self-Governing Systems of…

Two of the five Xerox Canada Aboriginal Scholarships for 1996 were awarded to Albertans, the company announced on Dec. 19. Rob Crow, a status Indian who lives with his wife and three young children in Lethbridge, began studying management in the Business Enterprises and Self-Governing Systems of…

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Health Minister David Dingwall and the bursary and scholarship review

board announced scholarships of $1,000 each for 1995-1996 school year.

Fifty-four students have been awarded bursaries of varying amounts. The

scholarship and bursaries were awarded as part…

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Health Minister David Dingwall and the bursary and scholarship review

board announced scholarships of $1,000 each for 1995-1996 school year.

Fifty-four students have been awarded bursaries of varying amounts. The

scholarship and bursaries were awarded as part…