We are pleased to welcome Professor of Practice Tim Raybould, PhD. Tim was educated at the University of Cambridge (Ph.D. in social anthropology). For over twenty-five years he has provided professional advice to First Nations and Indigenous organizations in Canada and has been directly involved in a number of Indigenous–led sectoral and comprehensive governance initiatives. His wife is Justice Minister and Attorney General of Canada Jody Wilson-Raybould. Dr.
The Indigenous Studies Program looks forward to welcoming acclaimed author, Lee Maracle, as the 2017 Indigenous Knowledge Holder. Maracle is a member of Sto:Lo nation and is one of the most prolific Indigenous writers of our time.
Organized by the Social Equity and Diversity Education (SEDE) office at McGill University, Community Engagement Day (CED) aims celebrate, expand on, and build new lasting relationships between McGill and the greater Montreal community, through offering projects and activities in support of and collaboration with community organizations. This year’s CED will be held on and around September 29th, 2016.