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Wilfrid Laurier University Leaf
June 25, 2016

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Laurierís Office of Aboriginal Initiatives staff, Cara Loft, contributes to upcoming Balsillie School conference Laurierís Office of Aboriginal Initiatives staff, Cara Loft, contributes to upcoming Balsillie School conference
(Headline - May 27)
Assembly of First Nationsí National Chief Perry Bellegarde to speak at Laurierís Waterloo campus Assembly of First Nationsí National Chief Perry Bellegarde to speak at Laurierís Waterloo campus
(News Release - Mar 30)
Waterloo Lutheran Seminary and Laurierís Office of Aboriginal Initiatives present Circle of Dialogue Waterloo Lutheran Seminary and Laurierís Office of Aboriginal Initiatives present Circle of Dialogue
(News Release - Mar 09)
TehotikahrathŤ:tha March Break Camp at Laurier Brantford March 14-18 TehotikahrathŤ:tha March Break Camp at Laurier Brantford March 14-18
(Headline - Mar 04)
Laurier celebrates the contribution of Aboriginal knowledge to education Laurier celebrates the contribution of Aboriginal knowledge to education
(News Release - Mar 02)
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Paige Sillaby, Aboriginal Student Centre- Waterloo Campus Paige Sillaby is Ojibway from the Chippewas of Georgina Island, Otter clan. She was raised on Dokis First Nation, a small community located on the boundaries that separate the Districts of Parry Sound, Sudbury and Nipissing. Currently, Paige is a fourth year Global Studies student with a minor in Psychology. She has been part of the Aboriginal Student Leadership Team for the past three years, working in a variety of student staff positions. Including; First Year Student Success Officer, Student Intern, and Campus Connections Coordinator. Paige is an active member of the Aboriginal Studentís Association (ASA), serving as an executive member since 2010 when the campus club was first created, and from 2014-2015 she served as the ASA President. She is a member of the Laurier Student Drum Group at the Waterloo campus and a proud hand drum carrier. In her future career, Paige aspires to continue her work supporting Aboriginal student initiatives within education.

Paige Sillaby
Aboriginal Student Centre Assistant/ Intern,
Aboriginal Student Centre- Waterloo Campus