Indigenous

30Jan202317:30
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On Monday, January 30th from 5:30-7:00 pm, the Department of Family Medicine and the Office of Indigenous Initiatives will host Inuk Elder Reepa Evic-Carleton (Pangnirtung, Nunavut) for a lighting of the qulliq and discussion led by Inuk Assistant Professor in Family Medicine, Richard Budgell. Together, they will discuss the meaning of the qulliq, their work in the health field, and more.

Location: The Department of Family Medicine (5858 Côte-des-Neiges, Montreal), Third Floor

Transport: 165 Bus or the Côte-des-Neiges metro (blue line)

Classified as: Inuit, Elder, Inuit Health, Family Medicine
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8Feb202312:00
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13:00

McGill CPD MedUpdates are online medical education programs designed to meet the needs of family physicians and other medical specialists, residents, medical students and allied healthcare professionals.

Join this webinar hosted by the Office for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) of the McGill University Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences.

Classified as: webinar, winter, emergency medicine
8Feb202316:00
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17:30

Join the Office of Indigenous Initiatives as they host Tanisha Gallichon, Project Coordinator of the Iskweu Project, for the 2023 Indigenous Speakers Series. Tanisha will present a talk on her work at the Iskweu Project, a Montreal-based initiative out of the Native Women’s Shelter of Montreal addressing the MMIWG2ST+ crisis. More on Iskweu:

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22Feb202316:00
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17:30

Join the Office of Indigenous Initiatives and the Anti-Black Racism Action Plan Initiative as they host Dr. Kyle T. Mays for a talk titled "Reparations, Landback, and the Possibilities of Kinship as Solidarity."

This event is part of the 2023 Indigenous Speakers Series and Black History Month at McGill University. 

It will take place at the McGill Faculty Club (3450 McTavish Street) in the 3rd floor Billiard Room.

Speaker bio: 

Classified as: First Nations, Black-Indigenous
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8Mar202311:30
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14:30

Join the Office of Indigenous Initiatives and the Indigenous Student Alliance as they host Iakoiehwáhtha Patton, the first female First Nations Rhodes Scholar, for a visit with students, faculty, and staff as part of the 2023 Indigenous Speakers Series. Iakoiehwáhtha is Kanien’kehá:ka from Kahnawake and is currently studying History of Art, Anthropology, and Renaissance Studies at the University of Toronto. Read more about Iakoiehwáhtha here.

Classified as: Kanien’kehá:ka, First Nations
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18Sep202309:00
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29Sep202317:00
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