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Lindie Bourque

Business Administration Graduate – Lyndie Bourque

The Northwest Territory Métis Nation would like to congratulate NWT Métis Nation beneficiary Lyndie Bourque on her various academic achievements. In 2019, Lyndie earned her certificate in Office Administration and her diploma in 2020. With her hard work and determination, Lyndie was able to earn a position on the honor roll in both academic years. She went on to earn her certificate in the Business Administration program in 2022, sitting on the honor roll list once again, and is now getting ready to finish up the program to achieve her diploma.

Lyndie’s plan is to further her education for an additional 2 years to earn her degree in accounting. She believes there is nothing you can not achieve once you set your mind to it.

The NWT Métis Nation is very proud of our graduates, and we are looking forward to seeing your contributions to our society—and to our nation. Amazing work, Lyndie!

“The Business Administration Program is intended to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary for careers in business, government and non-profit organizations. Emphasis is placed on helping students develop knowledge and skills that are appropriate for the unique business environment in the NWT. The Business Administration Program provides students with an opportunity to acquire a Certificate (one year) and a Diploma (two years)”

– Aurora College, auroracollege.nt.ca

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