Carleton will be the first university in Canada to offer an Aboriginal research ethics program in 2015. Organizers recently conducted a two-day pilot that brought Aboriginal community members, researchers and representatives of granting organizations together. The result will be a 10-day institute to help academics and others implement ethical practices when working with Aboriginal communities. As well, Carleton recently established the Aboriginal Education Council. With more than 40 faculty at Carleton directly involved in Indigenous research and an administrative Strategic Integrated Plan that supports Aboriginal communities, Carleton is on its way to positioning itself as a university of choice for Aboriginal students.