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The International Kitchen is a place for international and Canadian students to get together, learn to cook delicious, nutritious, and economical international recipes for every diet (vegan, halal, allergies, etc.).
The next event is:
Tuesday June 28th: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Register by Monday June 27th at noon by email to email@example.com and let us know if you have any special dietary needs. Brought to you by International Student Services, the International Student Club, and the Culinary Department.
This message is sent on behalf of President Tony Tilly.
Tuesday, June 21 celebrates 20 years of National Aboriginal Day. This is a day for us to recognize and celebrate the unique heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. As the longest day of the year and the summer solstice, June 21 is a significant day.
Following Fleming College’s signing of the Indigenous Education Protocol in December 2015, we continue to support the seven principles and see National Aboriginal Day as one opportunity to pause and reflect on the work we have done and the work that remains.
· Commit to making Indigenous education a priority.
· Ensure governance structures recognize and respect Indigenous peoples.
· Implement intellectual and cultural traditions of Indigenous peoples through curriculum and learning approaches relevant to learners and communities.
· Support students and employees to increase understanding and reciprocity among Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples.
· Commit to increasing the number of Indigenous employees with ongoing appointments throughout the institution, including Indigenous senior administrators.
· Establish Indigenous-centred holistic services and learning environments for learner success.
· Build relationships and be accountable to Indigenous communities in support of self-determination through education, training and applied research.
For details on the goals that have been set to ensure that the College aspires to the guidelines laid out in the Indigenous Education Protocol, we invite you to read the plan here: https://department.flemingcollege.ca/aec/resources/.
Today, in the main foyer, there will be a table with the College’s signed Indigenous Education Protocol Agreement and a display of the flags of three of our local First Nation communities (Alderville, Curve Lake and Scugog Island) along with the Inuit and Métis Nation flags.