September 19, 2014: Fourth Annual Celebration of Culture Pow Wow

Wabanaki Resource Centre

The Wabanaki Resource Centre opened in the fall of 2012. The centre provides Aborig


There are a variety of student services available for Aboriginal students.

Wabanaki Resource Centre

  • Welcome!

    Welcome to St. Thomas University. Come by the Wabanaki Resource Centre and say hello!
  • Wabanaki Resource Centre Hours

    The Wabanaki Resource Centre is located on the second floor of Sir James Dunn Hall, room 209. Monday to Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
  • Contact Us

    Wabanaki Resource Centre, St. Thomas University, Sir James Dunn Hall, Room 209 | Phone: (506) 452-9669 | Miigam'agan: | Trenton Augustine:


  • My experience at the Wabanaki Resource Centre has given me the opportunity to meet amazing people. I was able to lead tours and discussions for high school students, volunteer, attend gatherings, cultural events and teachings. Overall the Centre made my university experience more meaningful.
    Alicia Moulton, BA '13, Tobique First Nation, NB
  • We strive to empower our students with the confidence that comes with completing their respective tasks and pride in the culture passed down to them by their ancestors.
    Chris George, Director of Aboriginal Education Initiative
  • It's been an amazing year. We have created a comfortable and open atmosphere for all to enjoy. I was inspired by the students' interest in ceremonies and their openness to build relations with elders. Mostly, I feel honoured by the respect given to me from the students.
    Miigam'agan, Elder in Residence