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Smyth Dialogues Reflections On Off-Reserve Indigenous Life

Join us for an important public dialogue with three Indigenous community leaders, on the topic of Off-Reserve Indigenous Life.
Christa Big Canoe, Jennifer LaFontaine and Sylvia Maracle will discuss their work and experiences supporting Indigenous people in Canada who live their lives mostly or entirely off-reserve. This distinguished panel will enable York University and our constituencies to learn from leaders about strong communities working to better the lives of Indigenous people whose experiences have been under-explored in scholarly circles.

Hosted by Bobbi-Jo Virtue, an Ininew (Cree) from St.Peter’s/Peguis Community in Treaty 1 territory and an assistant professor, School of Public Policy, Faculty of Liberal Arts &Professional Studies. A Q&A time will follow the panel.

You have the option to attend this event virtually via Zoom or in person at York’s Keele campus.

Please register for one of the options:

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Apr 24 2024


Virtual Webinar - 6:30 - 8:00 pm ET
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm


Schulich Private Dining Room, Main Floor, Schulich Executive Learning Centre @ 4700 Keele St, North York, ON M3J 1P3, Canada

Location 2

Zoom Webinar


Dean's Office - Advancement
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