Announcements and events

Message from the Dean

It certainly is nice to have students back on campus! We even had an in-person convocation ceremony which allowed me to read the names of all 45 BSc students who were “gowned up” to walk across the stage of the Farquhar Auditorium, and receive their degree from our phenomenal Chancellor Shelagh Rogers.

Response to 751

Our hearts go out to the Cowessess First Nation and all Indigenous Peoples across Canada. The 751 unmarked graves found at a former Residential School in Saskatchewan is a devastating confirmation of profound loss that Indigenous communities have long known to be the truth, and it affects all of us deeply.

Response to Kamloops Indian Residential School news

With heavy hearts, we share the recent news that the remains of 215 children were found in an unmarked, mass grave on the site of the former Kamloops Residential School. All of us from the Dean’s office want to express our profound feelings of grief and anger at this injustice, and to send our love and support to all Indigenous people as they grapple with this news.