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Sustainability Friday with First Peoples' House

23Feb201816:00
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Making the world a more sustainable place is a big job that is better accomplished with friends.

16th Annual McGill Pow Wow

15Sep201711:00
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First Peoples’ House invites the McGill community to join in the celebration for our 16th Annual Pow Wow on Friday, September 15th, 2017./fphCategory: Dept. of Integrated Studies in Education...

First Peoples' House's Indigenous Graduate Student Networking Event

8Sep201616:00
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Self-identifying Indigenous graduate students (Master's, Ph.D., and Postdoctoral researchers) are invited to First Peoples' House for an informal "meet and greet" to meet peers and staff and to...

McGill 15th Annual Pow Wow

16Sep201611:00
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The First Peoples’ House invites the McGill community to share in the celebrations for our 15th Annual Pow Wow! Friday, September 16th, 2016 11:00am to 4:00pm/fphCategory: First Peoples' House

14th Annual First Peoples' House POW WOW

18Sep201511:00
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The First Peoples’ House invites you to share in the celebrations for our 14th Annual Pow Wow! Friday, September 18th, 2015 11:00am to 4:00pm/fphCategory: First Peoples' House

4th Annual Indigenous Awareness Week

15Sep201412:00
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19Sep201421:00

McGill University’s Indigenous Awareness Week is designed to increase awareness at McGill about Indigenous peoples in Canada. The week honours the many Indigenous cultures across the country...

Aboriginal Men in Action Against Family Violence

9Apr201417:00
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National Aboriginal Circle Against Family Violence (NACAFV), SEDE’S Indigenous Education Program, Students Society of McGill University(SSMU), and The Social Work Association of Graduate Students ...

Ending Violence Against Indigenous Women

29Nov201318:30

Ending Violence Against Indigenous Women: an Awareness-Raising Fundraiser for the Native Women's Shelter of Montreal (NWSM)

Two-Spirits Today: Indigenous Voices from the LGBTQ Community

14Nov201318:00
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Prior to European contact, third and fourth gender people, known today as Two-spirit people, were pillars of strength in many Indigenous communities. Two-spirit people identify themselves in both...

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