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Archives: Record Groups. Gzowski College

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RG 54Extent: 6 cm

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Introduction

Peter Gzowski College, named after Canadian broadcaster/journalist and former Trent Chancellor Peter Gzowski, opened  to students in 2004 on the Symons Campus. Gzowski College, along with First People's House of Learning, are housed in Enweying, a building located on the East side of the Otonabee River. "Enweying" is an Ojibway term meaning "the way we speak together." (Note: the name Enweying was later changed to Enwayaang)

Box 1

Materials received from Linday Garneau, September 2015.

Folder

1. Opening ceremony documents (2003-2004); student handbook (2007-2008); Gzowski College Newsletter, Vol. 1 Issue 1 (2009-2010); Fair Trade Trent survey (2005)