Starting the Journey: Atlantic Canada's Universities Respond to the Truth and Reconcilliaton Commission
June 2018 - Atlantic Canada’s universities have started the journey in response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) Calls to Action for postsecondary education (PSE). There is much work to be done to successfully fulfill the Calls to Action. Progress is being made. And, the region’s universities have a bias for action to make a positive difference in the lives of Indigenous learners across the region.
We are pleased to share with you a report on the AAU member institutional response to the TRC’s Calls to Action for PSE. The report can be found here.
Empowering Our Future
January 2013 - The Association of Atlantic Universities presents this publication showcasing the institutional and collective commitment of Canada's East Coast Universities to meeting government and public expectations for performance excellence, regional prosperity and improved social development. click here...
Building the Knowledge Economy
January 2011 - The Federal Government’s Knowledge Infrastructure Program (KIP) has had a powerful effect on the quality and competitiveness of Canada’s east coast universities. The AAU has prepared Building the Knowledge Economy to clearly illustrate and quantify the profound local and regional economic stimulus created by KIP. Click here...
T.M. Solutions Inc.'s supplementary document: Economic Impact of the Knowledge Infrastructure Program Investment in Atlantic Canada's Univerisites
The Economic Impact of Universities in the Atlantic Provinces - The Current View 2006-2008
Atlantic Canada's Universities
University leaders and their institutions make a commitment to address climate change in Together We Will Change the World.
Creating a knowledge advantage through research excellence, collaboration and partnerships. more...
AAU Pre-Budget Submission
Retention of Aboriginal Students in Post-Secondary Institutions in Atlantic Canada:
An Analysis of the Supports Available to Aboriginal Students Click here
The Economic Impact of Universities in the Atlantic Provinces - March 2006
A report prepared for the AAU by Gardner Pinfold Consulting Economists Ltd. has concluded that Atlantic universities contribute $4.4 billion in direct and indirect benefits to the economy and will be a key player in the region’s growth over the next decade. A copy of the report is available at:
The First Three Years - Getting Down to Business
Springboard Performance Measures Report - January 2008. Click Here