Postsecondary institutions unveil new Indigenous logos, projects

October 8, 2021
Postsecondary institutions in Ontario and British Columbia have unveiled new logos, art pieces, and other projects to recognize Indigenous contributions and Truth and Reconciliation. At George Brown College, a new logo for Indigenous Education and Services featuring a star blanket design has been unveiled. The College of New Caledonia has unveiled a new ?Esdilagh logo, which has been placed alongside the logos of other First Nations on CNC’s atrium wall. Canadore College has installed the “Every Child Matters – Tree of Life” created by the General Carpenter Pre-Apprenticeship Program for Women in the Commerce Court Campus atrium. Ryerson University has unveiled a steel Ring art installation at the intersection of Gould Street and the Nelson Mandela Walk, which was designed by Indigenous architecture firm Two Row Architect. Nation Talk (1) | Nation Talk (2) | Nation Talk (3) | Nation Talk (4) (National)