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St. Lawrence College

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In recognition of National Aboriginal Month (June) and National Aboriginal Day (June 21), the St. Lawrence College Foundation is pleased to announce two new bursaries to help Aboriginal students pursue post-secondary education at St. Lawrence College. These gifts are in addition to the Metis National Bursary award which was established in 2006 and was one of the first awards that specifically identified support for First Nations students. St. Lawrence College now holds over $65,000 in endowments directed specifically to First Nations, Metis and Inuit people. These gifts speak to the close ties that St. Lawrence College has with the Aboriginal population within our communities of Brockville, Cornwall, and Kingston. A new donation to the Brown’s First Nations Opportunity Award will recognize Aboriginal students at St. Lawrence College whose parent and/or grandparent were survivors of the Indian Residential Schools. This gift was made by James Brown, and comes on the heels of the Truth and Reconciliation report, released on June 2, 2015. As well, Tim Colfe has created an award, The Patricia and Bernard Colfe Aboriginal First Generation Bursary, in honour of his parents; this award offers a bursary annually to a full-time Aboriginal student at any St. Lawrence College campus.

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