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Shingwauk
Shingwauk
Kinoomaage Gamig (University) is an Anishinaabe
Anishinaabe
(Ojibwa) Institute run in conjunction with Algoma University
Algoma University
in Sault Ste. Marie and the Shingwauk
Shingwauk
Education Trust. Shingwauk
Shingwauk
Kinoomaage Gamig is one of the Aboriginal Institutes in Ontario's post-secondary system which partner with colleges and universities to offer post-secondary programs geared specifically toward Indigenous students.[1]

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Kinoomaage Gamig

Contents

1 Founding 2 Programs 3 Partners 4 References 5 External links

Founding[edit] In 2006, Shingwauk
Shingwauk
Kinoomaage Gamig and Algoma University
Algoma University
signed a covenant that promised to assist each other in their journey towards independence.[2][3] This was a major contributing factor to Algoma University's independence as the partnership was held in high regard.[4] The name when fully vocalised is Zhingwaak Gikinoo'amaagegamig, meaning "Shingwauk's Place of learning & knowledge". Its creation was first envisioned by Chief Shingwauk
Shingwauk
(also Shingwaukonce or Shingwaukonse, "little pine") in 1850.[5] When Chief Shingwauk
Shingwauk
died in 1854, the fulfillment of the his vision fell on his sons, Augustin Shingwauk
Shingwauk
and Bugujjewenene, and the Anglican Church. In 1873, the "Teaching Wigwam Lodge" became a reality with a schoolhouse ( Shingwauk
Shingwauk
Industrial Home) being constructed in the Garden River community. After only 6 days, a suspicious fire broke out and destroyed the entire building. However, a new Shingwauk
Shingwauk
School was built closer to where the city of Sault Ste. Marie now inhabits along the St. Mary's River. [6] Sadly, through the Anglican Church and Canadian Government Policy, the operations and purpose of the "Teaching Wigwam Lodge" was aligned with the assimilation and genocide of the Anishinaabe
Anishinaabe
Nation through the Canadian residential school system
Canadian residential school system
instead of its initial purposes originally advocated by Shingwaukonse.[7] In September 2008 Shingwauk
Shingwauk
Kinoomaage Gamig, in partnership with Algoma University, began offering courses in Anishinaabe
Anishinaabe
studies.[3] The institution plans on becoming chartered as an independent university and is currently submitting its application for accreditation to the Post-Secondary Education Quality Assessment Board of Ontario. In September 2012 the institution became accredited by the World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium (WINHEC).[8] Programs[edit]

Indigenous peoples in Canada

First Nations Inuit Métis

History

Paleo-Indians Pre-colonization Genetics Residential schools Indian hospitals Conflicts First Nations Inuit

Politics

Crown and Indigenous peoples Treaty rights Health Policy Numbered Treaties Royal Commission Self-government Indian Act British Columbia Treaty Process Idle No More Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Politics Organizations Case law

Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada

Culture

Indigenous cultures Indigenous personalities Country food Music

Demographics

Indian reserves AB

FN Métis

Atlantic CA BC MB ON QC SK Territories Pacific Coast

Linguistics

Indigenous languages Inuit
Inuit
languages Indigenous English Dialects NAPA Aboriginal syllabics Inuit
Inuit
grammar

Religions

Traditional beliefs

Inuit
Inuit
mythology

Index

Index of articles Indigenous First Nations Inuit Métis Stubs

Wikiprojects Portal

Indigenous Canadian portal

WikiProject

Indigenous North Americans

First Nations

Commons Wiktionary

Inuit

Commons Wiktionary

Métis

Commons Wiktionary

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Some courses SKG has offered in the past semester include:[9]

Ayzhi dibawji moyawn ( Anishinaabe
Anishinaabe
peoples & our homelands) Wiidjigaam gewe jibayek ( Anishinaabe
Anishinaabe
social issues) "Anishinbe Law" (Anishinabe Law vs Aboriginal Law in Canada) Gdaa Mikweenimaanan Pontiacbun, Tecumsehbun, miinwaa Shingwaukbun ( Anishinaabe
Anishinaabe
social movements) Anishinaabemowin ( Anishinaabe
Anishinaabe
language)

In 2016 Shingwauk
Shingwauk
Kinoomaage Gamig was granted federal infrastructure funding for the establishment of an Anishinabek Discovery Centre to be constructed near Algoma University. The construction of this facility will drastically change the programming and capacity of Shingwauk Kinoomaage Gamig to provide culture based learning opportunities.[10] Partners[edit] The new university was initiated by the Shingwauk
Shingwauk
Education trust and a number of partnerships:[11]

Algoma University Anglican Church of Canada Anishinabek Nation Assembly of First Nations Batchewana First Nation Chiefs of Ontario Garden River First Nation Indian Residential Schools Truth and Reconciliation Commission K-Net Laurentian University
Laurentian University
(Native Studies) Leech Lake Tribal Council Library and Archives Canada Mi'kmaq Association of Tribal Studies National Centre for First Nations
First Nations
Governance North Shore Tribal Council Northern Michigan University
Northern Michigan University
(American Indian Studies) Sagkeeng First Nation Seven Generations of Fort Frances Shingwauk
Shingwauk
Healing Project Te Wānanga o Aotearoa "University of New Zealand" Three Fires Midewiwin Lodge Union of Ontario
Ontario
Indians University of Arizona, Tucson (Native Studies) University of Sudbury (Native Studies)

References[edit]

^ "Aboriginal Institutes". www.ontario.ca. Retrieved 2017-02-14.  ^ "Algoma University's Statement on Truth and Reconciliation: Calls to Action and Beyond". Sault Online. February 4, 2017. Retrieved February 14, 2017.  ^ a b "New Anishinaabe
Anishinaabe
university starts this fall at Algoma U". SooToday.com. February 21, 2008. Retrieved February 14, 2017.  ^ "Bill 80, Algoma University
Algoma University
Act, 2008". www.ontla.on.ca. Retrieved 2017-10-18.  ^ "OJIBWE CHIEF SHINGWAUKONSE: ONE WHO WAS NOT IDLE - MUSKRAT Magazine". muskratmagazine.com. Retrieved 2017-10-18.  ^ Auger, Donald (2005). Indian Residential Schools in Ontario. Nishnawbe Aski Nation.  ^ "Revealing the disturbing history of the Shingwauk
Shingwauk
Residential School Centre for Indigenous Studies". indigenousstudies.utoronto.ca. Retrieved 2017-10-18.  ^ "Accreditation WINHEC". winhec.org. Retrieved 2017-10-18.  ^ "Programs & Courses Shingwauk
Shingwauk
Kinoomaage Gamig". shingwauku.ca. Retrieved 2017-10-18.  ^ Helwig, David (October 11, 2016). "Economic boost for the Sault: big construction announcements expected this week". SooToday.com. Retrieved February 14, 2017.  ^ Shingwauk
Shingwauk
Kinoomaage Gamig: Partnerships

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Post-secondary education
in Ontario

Degree-granting institutions

Public universities[1]

Algoma Brock Carleton Guelph Lakehead Laurentian Laurier McMaster Nipissing OCAD Ottawa Queen's RMC Ryerson Toronto Trent UOIT Waterloo Western Windsor York

Private universities[2]

Baptist Bible College Canada Canada
Canada
Christian Canadian Reformed Seminary Emmanuel FaithWay Baptist Great Lakes Heritage Institute for Advanced Judaic Studies Institute for Christian Studies Maimonides Master's Redeemer St. Philip's Talpiot Toronto Baptist Tyndale Yeshivas Ner Yisroel

All above institutions are either established through an Act of the Legislative Assembly or through a Royal Charter

Degree programs offered under Ministerial Consent

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Affiliated schools

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Community colleges

Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology

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Institutes of Technology and Advanced Learning

Conestoga† Humber† Sheridan†

Institutes of Advanced Studies

Georgian†

†Degree programs offered

Other recognized institutions

Specialist institutions

Michener

Affiliated colleges

Assumption Brescia Canterbury Conrad Grebel Hearst Huron Huntington Iona King's PIMS Renison St. Jerome's St. Paul's Thorneloe

Aboriginal institutes

Anishinabek First Nations
First Nations
Technical Kenjgewin Teg Iohahi:io Akwesasne Negahneewin Ogwehoweh Oshki-Pimache-O-Win Seven Generations Shingwauk
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Canada

Alberta

University nn Blue Quills Maskwacis Cultural College Old Sun Community College Red Crow Community College Yellowhead Tribal College

British Columbia

Native Education Centre Nicola Valley Institute of Technology

Manitoba

University College of the North Yellowquill College

Nunavut

Akitsiraq Law School Nunavut Arctic College

Ontario

Anishinabek Education Institute First Nations
First Nations
Technical Institute Kenjgewin Teg Educational Institute Iohahi:io Akwesasne Adult Education Centre Negahneewin College Ogwehoweh Skills and Trades Training Centre Oshki-Pimache-O-Win Education & Training Institute Seven Generations Education Institute Shingwauk
Shingwauk
Kinoomaage Gamig Six Nations Polytechnic

Saskatchewan

First Nations
First Nations
University of Canada Gabriel Dumont Institute Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies

United States

Alaska

Iḷisaġvik College

Arizona

Diné College Tohono O'odham Community College

California

D–Q University

Kansas

Haskell Indian Nations University

Michigan

Bay Mills Community College Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College

Minnesota

Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College Leech Lake Tribal College Mille Lacs Tribal College Red Lake Nation College White Earth Tribal and Community College

Montana

Aaniiih Nakoda College Blackfeet Community College Chief Dull Knife College Fort Peck Community College Little Big Horn College Salish Kootenai College Stone Child College

Nebraska

Little Priest Tribal College Nebraska Indian Community College

New Mexico

Institute of American Indian Arts Navajo Technical University Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute

North Dakota

Cankdeska Cikana Community College Fort Berthold Community College Sitting Bull College Turtle Mountain Community College United Tribes Technical College

Oklahoma

Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal College College of the Muscogee Nation Comanche Nation College Pawnee Nation College

South Dakota

Oglala Lakota College Sinte Gleska University Sisseton Wahpeton College

Washington

Northwest Indian College

Wisconsin

College of Menominee Nation Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College

Wyoming

Wind River Tr

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