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Feminist, indigenous, and intersectional
HOPE Students’ Association
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on October 31, 2017,
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gear for St. Michael’s
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On March 3, 2018
HOPE offered their
annual PD Day, with
Corey O’Soup, Sas-
for Children and Youth
as the keynote.
exploring our connective educational landscape
Our Faculty is host to the open access, online
in education journal. Check it out at
Spooner, M. (2018, Jan. 23). Op Ed. Ontario
University strategic mandate agreements:
A train wreck waiting to happen. University
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