by Adam Gould, Communications Officer, Tripartite Forum

Kalolin Johnson picking traditional medicines during the Medicine Walk at Peggy’s Cove.

Kalolin Johnson picking traditional medicines during the Medicine Walk at Peggy’s Cove.

Aboriginal Health Science Initiative’s Junior University

Young Mi’kmaw students who are interested in pursuing studies and careers in the health sciences fields participated in valuable learning experiences with the Tripartite Forum and Aboriginal Health Sciences Initiative’s Junior University. The two week-long sessions, held at Dalhousie University, enlightened 33 Mi’kmaw youth to Halifax in July with valuable learning opportunities that will have positive influence on future career aspirations.

While practically living the post-secondary student life by living in dorm residences and enjoying meals in dining halls, attendees woke up fo ...

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