National Colloquium on Canada’s Indigenous Languages Policy in the wake of Bill c-91
How can the new federal legislation Bill C-91 help Indigenous languages and Indigenous Nations flourish? Find out in December at the…
“National Colloquium on Canada’s Indigenous Languages Policy in the Wake of Bill C-91”
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Canada’s Indigenous Languages Policy in the wake of Bill c-91
The Colloquium isa 3-day conference, including presenters from across Canada. The goal is to discuss the state of Canada’s Indigenous (First Nations and Inuit) Language policies in the wake of the new federal legislation Bill C-91, and to address problems of implementation of this legislation at the provincial/territorial and local levels.
Where: Glendon Hall, Glendon College, York University, Toronto [at Lawrence and Bayview Avenues] in room GH-121 in the Glendon Manor
When: Friday December 6 (Registration starts at 4:30 pm in Glendon Hall 121), all day Saturday December 7, Morning of Sunday December 8, 2019.
How much? It is free, but places are limited, so please RSVP
Who? Presenters from BC, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, Nunavut, Nova Scotia – and you too, if you’d like to present a talk or a poster session on language policy.
Why? There is a new federal government, and a new piece of federal legislation – Bill C-91 – it’s time to give birth to a new age of Indigenous languages in Canada!
**RSVP to Prisca Ng: email@example.com
**For more information or if you would like to present, please contact Ian Martin firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that there is a conference rate of $160 at the ROEHAMPTON Hotel on Mount Pleasant Road, just north of Eglinton, a 7-minute taxi ride to Glendon. Please contact Prisca Ng for more information about lodging.