Peter  Ballantyne Cree Nation: The Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation people have occupied lands in Northeast Saskatchewan since time immemorial. The roots in the area run long and deep.

Education
Post Secondary Education

Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation
Post Secondary Student Support Program
Box 2320
Prince Albert, Sask
S6V 6Z1
Phone: 306-953-4409
Fax: 306-953-4405
Toll Free: 1-877-953-4409

Downloads :
Post Secondary Student Support Program Policy (Revisions March 18, 2014) (pdf)
Post Secondary Student Support Program Application Form (pdf)
Declaration of Full Time Student Status (Word Doc)
Student Request Form (Word Doc)
Change in Circumstances Form (pdf)

Christine Morin BGS
Post Secondary Coordinator
cmmorin@pbcn.ca

Gloria Merasty B.Ed
Student Counselor
gmerasty@pbcn.ca

Cora Sinclair B.Ed
Student Counselor
corasinclair@gmail.com

Laverne Cook
Administration Assistant
pssspreception@pbcn.ca

Mission Statement

The Post Secondary Student Support Program is administered by the PBCN on behalf of its membership to fill Treaty obligations as a collective right by encouraging and assisting Treaty status Indians of the Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation:

   • To maintain their Treaty right to post secondary Education;
   • To graduate with the qualifications and skills needed to pursue individual careers
       and interests;
   • And / or contribute to the achievement of Indian Self-Government.

Many of PBCNs youth go on to pursue post secondary education at some of the different institutions around the province.

    • University of Saskatchewan
    • University of Regina
    • Saskatchewan Polytechnic
    • First Nations University of Canada
    • Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies


 
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