Indigenous Initiatives

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Indigenous Initiatives

Student diversity and services continues to be one of Luther College at the University of Regina's (LCUR) strategic priorities. Below is a brief overview of two Indigenous programming and reconciliation initiatives currently being supported by LCUR as they fit within LCUR’s larger commitment to the Truth and Reconciliation process.
 

Project of Heart


 

Canadian Roots Exchange