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Indigenous connection


Learn about topics ranging from treaties to residential schools to land and resource issues.

This Schulich School of Law initiative works to increase representation of Indigenous Blacks and Mi'kmaq in the legal profession to reduce discrimination.

The TYP began in 1970 with a mandate to increase the access and the successful participation of Aboriginal and Black students at Dalhousie University.

This report details the existing supports for indigenous undergraduate students, including programs, resources, and recruitment and retention initiatives.

Campus Life

A supportive environment for Indigenous students provided in partnership with The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq.

A student society providing recognition and representation of Indigenous peoples throughout Dalhousie's campuses.

DILSA is a source of support and raises awareness of Indigenous perspectives to both the community within the Dalhousie Law School and to the public.