Queen's restructures Aboriginal Council

June 3, 2011

Queen's University has restructured its Aboriginal Council, giving Aboriginal people greater representation and strengthening the council's connection with governing bodies of the institution. Under the new composition, which has seen membership reduced from 44 to 24 members, Aboriginal community members make up 51% of the council. The Aboriginal Council of Queen's University ensures that Aboriginal people have access to PSE at the university, and that the institution is responsive to the broader needs of Aboriginal people. Queen's News Centre