Through their partnership with Indspire, McDonald’s Canada awards 20 bursaries to Indigenous students across the country
September 28, 2022, Toronto - As a supporter of the Indspire’s Building Brighter Futures: Bursaries, Scholarships and Awards program, McDonald’s Canada is thrilled to highlight our most recent winners of The McDonald’s Indigenous Bursary.
Indspire is a national Indigenous registered charity that invests in the education of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis people for the long-term benefit of these individuals, their families and communities, and Canada.
The McDonald’s Indigenous Bursary is awarded to Indigenous students who are attending post-secondary institutions and are enrolled in a business program, to help pay for any study-related costs. This academic year, McDonald’s Canada support in the distribution of 20 awards.
McDonald’s Canada is proud to partner with Indspire to support Indigenous Students across Canada, continuing to work towards our diversity, equity, and inclusion ambitions. We look forward to continuing our support in 2023 and celebrating next year’s winners. Learn more about Indspire and the amazing work they do on their homepage.
Our recent bursary winners include:
- Kimberly Auger, First Nations, Alberta
- Noah Bartlett, Metis, Manitoba
- Michelle Browning, Metis, British Columbia
- Maggie Campbell, First Nations, Saskatchewan
- Joelle Charlie, First Nations, Yukon Territory
- Jayden Gauchier, First Nations, Alberta
- Aislinn Hagan, First Nations, Ontario
- Symone Johnson, First Nations, Alberta
- Kailee Karlik, Inuit, Nunavet,
- Claire Keeping, First Nations, Newfoundland & Labrador
- Alex MacLean, First Nations, Prince Edward Island
- Cody McGinnis, First Nations, Manitoba
- Sydney Patterson, Metis, Ontario
- Jayne Scout, First Nations, Alberta
- Simone Turner-cummer, First Nations, Manitoba
- Matthew van der Sloot, Metis, Alberta
- Wase Young, First Nations, Manitoba