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Statement

From Board of Regents

Campus and Community

Memorial University’s Board of Regents recognizes the complex and serious nature of Indigenous heritage and Indigenous identity.

It is also aware of the importance and need for this conversation to be guided by Indigenous people.

“This is a significant and sensitive topic that requires due consideration,” said Glenn Barnes, Board chair. “Those conversations have already started and will continue at the Board’s regularly scheduled March meeting today.”


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