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This is a reminder that the FNUniv Thank You BBQ will be held TODAY June 23rd, 2010 from 4pm until 8pm at the FNUniv Regina Campus (or until everyone feels like going home!)

Facepainting for the kids from 4:30 – 5:30.

Musical Showcase provided by T.A.L.ENT, the Aboriginal Lounge Entertainment and MC’d by Tessa Desnomie, FNUniv Alumnus.

Between 5 and 5:30 pm, speeches and presentations will begin. The FNUnivSA will thank all those who donated to the FNUniv Live-in. There will also be special presentations to Dr. Lloyd Barber, and the family of the Late David Ahenakew.

Everyone who lent camping supplies to the Live-in is asked to drop by and claim their belongings tomorrow from 4-8 as well.

Come have some food, and celebrate our achievements for the Future of FNUniv … the fight for permanent funding far from over, but it’s time to stop and celebrate a big victory.

See you there!

Diane Adams
President
FNUNivSA

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REMINDER: FNUniv Victory BBQ TOMORROW!

Diane Adams of the First Nations University Students’ Association writes:

As Many of you know, after 71 days living in the First Nations University, students have moved out after the announcement of 4 milllion dollars, ensuring the school remains open this September.

A HUGE THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO DONATED TO THE LIVE-IN. YOUR GENEROSITY MADE THIS POSSIBLE.

Although the fight for long-term sustained funding for the FNUniv is far from over, the live-in has come to a close. So, we invite EVERYONE from the community to come join us for our FNUniv Victory Celebration:

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23
4 – 7 pm
FNUniv Regina Campus

There will be food, speeches and entertainment. FNUniv Live-In students will share their favorite stories from the FNUniv fight and live-in. This is a family friendly event.

THOSE WHO LENT US CAMPING GEAR: This is also the Move-Out– so if you lent us camping gear and supplies, please come by and claim them on the 23rd.

So come by and celebrate the future of FNUniv with us. We couldn’t have done it without you.

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Diane Adams of the First Nations University Students’ Association writes:

As Many of you know, after 71 days living in the First Nations University, students have moved out after the announcement of 4 milllion dollars, ensuring the school remains open this September.

A HUGE THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO DONATED TO THE LIVE-IN. YOUR GENEROSITY MADE THIS POSSIBLE.

Although the fight for long-term sustained funding for the FNUniv is far from over, the live-in has come to a close. So, we invite EVERYONE from the community to come join us for our FNUniv Victory Celebration:

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23
4 – 7 pm
FNUniv Regina Campus

There will be food, speeches and entertainment. FNUniv Live-In students will share their favorite stories from the FNUniv fight and live-in. This is a family friendly event.

THOSE WHO LENT US CAMPING GEAR: This is also the Move-Out– so if you lent us camping gear and supplies, please come by and claim them on the 23rd.

So come by and celebrate the future of FNUniv with us. We couldn’t have done it without you.

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Media Advisory
FSIN Communications Unit

The FSIN would like to issue the following Media Advisory:

Where: First Nations University of Canada, 1 First Nations Way, Regina SK

When: 1:45 pm, June 15, 2010

FSIN Spokesperson: FSIN Chief Guy Lonechild and Assembly of First Nations National Chief Shawn A-in-chut Atleo

Issue: Chief Lonechild and National Chief Atleo will be available to discuss their meetings with FNUniv and UofR officials.

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For More Information Please Contact:

Mervin Brass, FSIN Communications
Direct: 306.956-1026
Facsimile: 306.665-0115
Email: mervin.brass@fsin.com

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Diane Adams of the First Nations University Students’ Association writes:

AFN National Chief Sean Atleo will be at the FNUniv Regina to meet and greet with students tomorrow, June 15. If you are available please feel free to come by…. It will be a short meet-and-greet from 11:00 – 11:30 am, so be on time!! Location exec boardroom.

See you there!

Diane

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BBQ Postponed

Diane Adams of the First Nations University Students’ Association writes:

Hello all,

Just to let you know that we are postponing our victory BBQ until next week, date and time to be determined! The weather is looking pretty unpredictable today!

We encourage you all to check out Mosaic this weekend, especially to support the Aboriginal People’s Pavillion. Let’s celebrate all of the cultures that make our City amazing!

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Saskatoon campus is hosting a walk to activate political support to create awareness of the FNUniv, to speak out against the closing of the Saskatoon campus and to ensure the university receives adequate funding for its long-term survival. Participants will begin the 264 km journey at 710 Duke Street on Saturday, April 24th. Everyone is welcome to join the walk at any location along the way. For more info, contact Sharon at 341-2578, Audrey at 881-2136 or Shelley at 241-2009.

solidarity walk poster

Solidarity Walk Poster, PDF version.

View Interactive Map on MapMyRun.com

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