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Royal Roads grad talks decolonization at the UN

Bachelor of Arts in Justice Studies grad Katelynne Herchak recently participated in a United Nations panel on equality.

From North to South: A journey in learning

A first-generation university graduate from both sides of her family, Elaine Uppahuak-Prusky says the support she received at Royal Roads allowed her to take on new educational challenges.

She leads: First woman chief in Gamètì

Chief-elect Doreen Arrowmaker, Master of Global Management grad, blazes a trail for women in her community.

Kiana Alexander-Hill

Removing financial obstacles is a powerful way to support Indigenous learning and leadership.
Butch Dick and Asma-na-hi Antoine

Enduring commitment, new traditions

Provide student awards and other vital resources to Indigenous students who will shape and innovate communities across this country and beyond.

Indigenous student success

Invest in tomorrow’s leaders by recognizing top-quality work or providing financial aid where and when it’s needed.

Indigenous research grants

Facilitate meaningful, real-time research that respects and applies Indigenous protocols and traditions and restores Indigenous ways of knowing.