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Established in 1891, Ashbury College is a leading independent school for boys and girls in Grades 4 to 12. Located in Ottawa, Canada, Ashbury’s mission is to inspire students in a dynamic learning environment as intellectually curious, compassionate and responsible global citizens. Ashbury is an IB World School with students from over 60 countries, average class size of 17, and a university placement rate of 100%.

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Ashbury College acknowledges its campus is located on the traditional, unceded territory of the Anishinàbe Omàmìwininì Algonquin Nation whose presence here reaches back to time immemorial.

We recognize the Algonquin Anishinàbe Omàmìwininì Nation as the traditional keepers and stewards of the Ottawa River Watershed and its tributaries.  We honour their long history and ongoing protection of this land and their role in caring for this beautiful territory.  

We recognize the enduring existence and contributions of all First Nations, Métis and the Inuit peoples across Turtle Island.   As an educational institution, we are committed to increasing the awareness of Indigenous peoples, advancing Truth and Reconciliation and developing meaningful and positive partnerships with Indigenous peoples in our region.

Ashbury College reconnaît que son campus est situé sur le territoire traditionnel non cédé de la Nation Algonquine Anishinàbe Omàmìwininì, présente en ces lieux depuis des temps immémoriaux.

Nous reconnaissons les membres de la Nation Algonquine Anishinàbe Omàmìwininì comme gardiens et défenseurs traditionnels du bassin hydrographique de la rivière des Outaouais et de ses affluents. Nous rendons hommage à leur longue tradition et à leur constante protection de cette terre, ainsi qu’à leur rôle dans la sauvegarde de ce beau territoire.

Nous reconnaissons l’existence et les contributions durables de tous les peuples des Premières Nations, des Métis et des Inuits de l’île de la Tortue. En tant qu’établissement d’enseignement, nous nous engageons à accroître la sensibilisation aux peuples autochtones, à faire progresser la vérité et la réconciliation et à développer des partenariats significatifs et positifs avec les peuples autochtones de notre région.

This Land Acknowledgement was developed by Ashbury College in partnership with Ashburians from the Kitigan Zibi Community (MacGregor Family and Misko ’17), the Kitigan Zibi Director of Education (Anita Tenasco) as well as liaison with partners at University of Ottawa and Carelton University . The Kitigan Zibi Band Council approved this acknowledgment for our use in October 2021 and a translation in Algonquin is forthcoming. The statement and approval will be reviewed on an annual basis.

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