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borealFrom left to right: Jo?lle Lavoie; Rick Meilleur, Vice-President, Sudbury
M¨¦tis Council; Mallory Brazeau; Larry Prevost, Secretary-Treasurer,
Sudbury M¨¦tis Council; Pam Jones, Employment and training Officer,
M¨¦tis Nation of Ontario; Eric Dupuis, Coordinator - Aboriginal Projects,
Coll¨¨ge Bor¨¦al; Roger Giroux, President, Sudbury M¨¦tis Council;
Natalie Venne; Nancy Bouchard; Marc Nellis, Professor, Natural
Resources Sector, Coll¨¨ge Bor¨¦al; Denis Hubert-Dutrisac, President
of Coll¨¨ge Bor¨¦al, and Christopher Cl¨¦ment

Four M¨¦tis Nation of Ontario (MNO) Bursaries were awarded to students at Coll¨¨ge Bor¨¦al in Sudbury last week.? The students who received the awards bursaries were Nancy Bouchard, Christopher Cl¨¦ment, Jo?lle Lavoie and Natalie Venne.? A ceremony presenting the awards was attended by several representatives of the Sudbury M¨¦tis Council including President Roger Giroux
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Nancy Bouchard, Jo?lle Lavoie and Christopher Cl¨¦ment also received Bursaries for Aboriginal postsecondary education and training at the same ceremony.? These bursaries were also awarded to Mallory Brazeau and Robert Lee.

Coll¨¨ge Bor¨¦al has campuses in Sudbury, Timmins and New Liskeard and last November officially opened the?Louis-Riel Centre in the heart of its main campus in Sudbury. It provides the college¡¯s M¨¦tis and Aboriginal students with a wide range of services and an environment that is sensitive to their cultural identity and conducive to their academic success.

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