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This article was published 12/2/2014 (835 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
It’s been a busy morning for our local universities.
University of Manitoba has announced that aboriginal leader Ovide Mercredi will be a senior advisor as the university develops strategies to improve indigenous achievement.
And U of M has become the latest school to offer financial assistance to potential students who have grown up in care --- helping as many as 10 students a year.
Meanwhile, northern technology graduates from Nunavut Arctic College will be able to move far more easily into a bachelor of science program at the University of Winnipeg, thanks to a new agreement between the two schools.