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FNTI Celebrating 35 Years of Post-Secondary Delivery FNTI 35 Year Anniversary Logo July 31, 2020 (Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, Ont.) -- FNTI is launching its 35th anniversary celebrations this month, with events to be scheduled throughout 2020-2021.   FNTI was fully incorporated as the First Nations Technical Institute by the province of Ontario on July 31, 1985. Throughout the next year, the Indigenous institute will be featuring alumni and student stories and successes, shining the spotlight on historic milestones, offering glimpses into its new student-centric virtual classroom, and inviting the world to experience a day in the life of an
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FNTI is Going Virtual for the 2020-2021 Academic Year  FNTI is Going Virtual for the 2020-2021 Academic Year  Our world has never needed Indigenous education more than it does right now.  Radical changes in safety, political and societal conditions are putting extreme pressure on communities around the globe. By staying rooted and grounded in our culture, we can find ways to live in a Good Way to the benefit of ourselves, our families and our communities.  After extensive consultation with all of our stakeholder groups, an evaluation of our capacity matched with our prioritizing access to uninterrupted, culturally-grounded Indigenous
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FNTI COVID-19 Considerations Dear FNTI,    (March 12, 2020) FNTI has been monitoring the outbreak of COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus. Late yesterday, the World Health Organization characterized COVID-19 as a controllable pandemic.     To date, there are still a limited number of confirmed cases in Canada. Public health officials maintain that the risk to Canadians as low for the general population but this could change rapidly.    For anyone travelling abroad, the Canadian Public Health Agency has issued travel health notices for some countries and jurisdictions. Please
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FNTI Board of Directors - Volunteer Opportunity
FNTI President Receives Prestigious Leadership Award 
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FNTI Received Funding to Increase Indigenous and Female Participation in Aviation Industry
Government of Canada invests in pilot training at First Nations Technical Institute
FNTI Testing Digital Learning Resources in the Classroom
FNTI Celebrating Enrolment Increase
2019 Indigenous Youth Ambassador Program Coming to a Close
FNTI Bucking Gender Inequity Trend in Postsecondary
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