Institute of Indigenous Government

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Institute of Indigenous Government
TypePrivate Aboriginal-run post-secondary institution component of Nicola Valley Institute of Technology
Established1995
Location, ,
49°14′47″N 123°00′17″W / 49.2464°N 123.0047°W / 49.2464; -123.0047
CampusUrban/Suburban
AffiliationsACCC, CCAA.
WebsiteInstitute of Indigenous Government

The Institute of Indigenous Government, Canada's First Nations College, is a publicly funded post-secondary education institute located in Burnaby, British Columbia. Established in 1995, the institute was originally located in the Gastown neighbourhood of Vancouver, its corporate owners, members, faculty, and students were in their majority made-up of indigenous people from around the world. As of September, 2007, the Institute of Indigenous Government is now part of the Nicola Valley Institute of Technology an aboriginal run, private institute in Merritt, British Columbia, that was started in 1983.[1]

The Institute is able to award credentials (Bachelor degrees, Associate Degrees, Diplomas, or Certificates) in the following areas of studies:

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  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2007-12-20. Retrieved 2008-09-25.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)

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