#imagine2023
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Laurentian University

@LaurentianU

Aug 26
Starting this semester, our campus will have signs in English, French, and Anishinaabemowin!À partir de ce semestre, tous les membres de notre communauté seront accueillis par des panneaux en anglais, en français et en anishinaabemowin!#Imagine2023https://t.co/Nb7ekZunBt https://t.co/TJpLCBqY0x
Outcomes
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The North inspires us

We will enhance our relationships with municipalities, agencies, organizations, First Nations, and Indigenous communities, with a coordinated approach to creating beneficial initiatives for the North.

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3

The North inspires us

We will incorporate a holistic approach to wellness in our everyday practices as we embrace the beautiful natural environment that our campus offers, informed by the Okanagan Charter: An International Charter for Health Promoting Universities and Colleges (2015).

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Relationships are our priority

We support the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action and will respond by creating a task force to identify priority actions, beginning by offering cultural safety training and opportunities to learn the Anishnaabemowin language to faculty, staff, and students.

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Relationships are our priority

We will recognize staff and faculty for their local, national, and international contributions and accomplishments, resulting in increased employee engagement.

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Strengths
Indigeneity:

Laurentian University is committed to reconciliation.

Francophone Cultures and Language:

Laurentian University is renowned for fostering Franco‐Ontarian cultural institutions.

Local impact
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