BC's Indigenous Public Post-Secondary Institute

NVIT would like to commend current student Stanley Daniels on his recent achievement.

Stanley is the youngest to be elected in as councillor for Canim Lake Band and is looking forward to his new title in his community all while continuing on with his academic endeavours in the Chemical Addictions Worker Program on our Burnaby Campus.

Stanley is a dynamic member in his community, as well as respectable student member at NVIT.

Stanley has participated in occasions with NVIT such as;

• Missing an Murdered Indigenous Women’s Memorial March with group of Students and Faculty from NVIT.
• Traditional medicine making workshop hosted by Quw’utsun’ Made with Arianna Johnny-Wadsworth
• Cedar creations with NVIT Elder Mia Hunt
• Paint Night hosted on our NVIT campus
• NVIT’s career/education fair hosted by our NVIT staff/student success team.
• and many more activities.

Stanley has had a successful first year in his academics with us and is a Dean’s list recipient.

Stanley Daniels Born to Georgina Boyce and Leonard Archie from the community of Canim Lake BC. Oldest of four siblings.
Former outreach worker, youth worker, and life skills worker for the Canim Lake Band. Now enrolled at NVIT Studying Chemical Addictions counselling.

Holds certification as an addictions prevention workers, Mental health and addictions worker, and Chemical Addictions worker.

Elected to office councillor this May 26th 2018. Oath to office June 28th 2018 at Canim Lake Band.