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Post-Secondary Programs

Explore accredited college and university level programming offered at our campuses throughout Treaty Three. All programs are open to everyone.

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High School Diploma

Earn your Ontario secondary school diploma with self-paced study and blended independent and in-class programming. We have program options available for everyone.

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Training for Employment

Prepare for the demands of the workplace with a variety of customizable training programs. Available for individuals and employers.

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The Importance of Tobacco (Asemaa)

January 30, 2024

The use of tobacco and its connection to ceremonial protocol is foundational to Anishinaabe history and culture and is used for several reasons. Miigwech to Robert Horton, Anishinaabemowin Educator and ...


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The significance of the word "Elder"

November 30, 2023

“Gichi-aya’aa,” or “Elder” in English, is an Anishinaabemowin word with a deep history and significance specific to the migration from the east coast to the prairies. The concept of an ...


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Sewing Club: Memory Bears

May 01, 2024

Select Wednesdays from 12-3 and 4-7 pm at the Fort Frances and Kenora campus Makerspaces.  Join us Wednesdays at the Fort Frances and Kenora campus Makerspaces for our weekly Sewing ...


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May the 4th Be with You DIY Crafts

May 03, 2024

Note – This event is being held at both our Fort Frances and Kenora campus Makerspaces from 9-12 pm and 1-3 pm.  If you’re a fan of a certain galaxy ...


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