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Advanced Education, Skills and Training

Colleges, institutes and universities invest in the future of Aboriginal students

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Advanced Education, Skills and Training

Colleges, institutes and universities invest in the future of Aboriginal students

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Richelle D. Funk
Ministry of Advanced Education
250 356-7876
Media Contacts
Richelle D. Funk
Ministry of Advanced Education
250 356-7876

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Aboriginal Service Plan funding to 11 public post-secondary institutions

The following eleven public post-secondary institutions received funding for Aboriginal Service Plans in 2016-17:

 

  • Camosun College - $499,932

  • Capilano University - $272,500

  • College of New Caledonia - $375,000

  • Nicola Valley Institute of Technology - $250,000

  • North Island College - $404,337

  • Northwest Community College - $341,831

  • Thompson Rivers University - $214,000

  • University of Northern British Columbia - $200,000

  • University of Victoria - $200,000

  • Vancouver Community College - $225,000

  • Vancouver Island University - $606,463

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