Indigenization at CMTN Report

In 2017, Coast Mountain College issued a report outlining the various ways that the institution supports cross-cultural understanding, Indigenization of teaching and learning, and improved access to education for Indigenous students. Two years on, we are reviewing our progress and next steps. As a follow-up to the Aboriginal Student Support Report, the Indigenization at Coast Mountain College Report was published in October 2019.

This report is organized to show our accountability for progress on four key mandates:

  • The Truth and Reconciliation Commission's Calls to Action
  • The UN's Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
  • Our internal Stepping Stones Guide to Improved Relationships
  • BC's Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training (AEST's) Post-Secondary Education and Training Policy Framework and Action Plan: 2020 Vision for the Future.

Included in our responses to these mandates, we've shared some personal experiences and stories of success from staff and faculty. In doing so, we hope to highlight how each member of the organization is able to take some ownership of reconciliation and share in the benefits of Indigenization.



2019 Indigenization at CMTN

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