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school: So this is something we're going to just come back around to, according to Vancouver Courier. Munroe noted the school encouraged Indigenous candidates to apply for the job when it was posted. We've decided to fold the search and not hire any of our finalists, and that's not actually unusual at Quest, said Doug Munroe, the interim chief academic officer at the school.article continues below Trending Stories These Richmond realtors focus on housing for the homeless Two men fined for selling 4,000 of illegal crab to Vancouver market Number of arrests nears 200 in pipeline protest Childcare advocates disagree with Fraser Institute's report on subsidized daycare All the candidates had their respective strengths, but the consensus was that none of them quite met our needs, he said on Monday. The school's decision arrives after some students said that two of the three finalist candidates for a teaching position in the program did not identify as Aboriginal. The Indigenous candidate had an MFA, while the other two had PhDs. Only one of the finalist candidates identified as having some Indigenous ancestry, according to people who say they attended meetings where the candidates were introduced to the student body. ( As reported in the news.