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Dr. Kiera Brant-Birioukov

Honouring Their Words: Standards for Academic and Indigenous Citation Practices

This workshop will delve into the how and why of academic referencing and citation practices, with attention to Indigenous knowledge. With a particular focus on APA 7th referencing style, Dr. Kiera Brant-Birioukov, will offer a Haudenosaunee practice on both academic referencing and responsibly citing Indigenous knowledge in academic settings.

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Dr. Lorrilee McGregor

Indigenous Canada 101

This workshop will provide an overview of Indigenous peoples in Canada, the impacts of colonialism, and the strengths of Indigenous peoples and culture.

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Krista McCracken

Archives, Communities  and Ethics

This workshop will focus on understanding how archives work and how archival records can relate to Indigenous communities. The workshop's content will draw on examples of Indigenous run archival practice to showcase best practices in the field. Participants will learn about OCAP and UNDRIP as they relate to archives and the ethical management of information. 

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Landback Movements

This workshop will look at Land Back Movements from Wallmapu and so-called “north america” and how they teach us about the urgency for transformation and liberation for the land, peoples, and communities.

Yara Libertad Gálvez-Pozo

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Cheyenne Schmidt-Harlick

 Reading Critically and  Finding Sources

Participants will learn the keys behind efficient and effective reading, how to identify important information, and what to do to improve their understanding. As well, participants will learn about the PQ3R reading strategy, and tips and tricks for getting the most out of their texts in this workshop.

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Dr. Brian Rice

Indigenous Health and Wellness As We Age

Dr. Brian Rice will utilize his knowledge from both his books and health focused Indigenous teachings to make the point that, as we age, we do not have to give up on being healthy in body, mind, spirit and emotions.

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Dr. Romila Verma

Water Speaks

This workshop will give participants an overview of the science behind water, the various challenges in the water sector and how we can develop regenerative design philosophy to enhance Sustainable Development Goal #6 - Clean Water and Sanitation. Participants will be challenged to identify their spiritual connection through water archetypes so that they can co-create design elements to heal themselves by healing water.

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Dr. Matthew Wildcat

Indigenous Policy Analysis

This workshop will help people work through how we frame colonization within Indigenous policy analysis without losing sight of its impacts while also asking people how we can level down from a structural analysis to identify tangible policy challenges that we can respond to. This workshop is part of Wildcat's relational governance project. 

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 A Primer on Section 35 Treaty and Aboriginal Rights: Understanding the Requirements for Judicial Recognition

This workshop will talk about Treaty and Aboriginal Rights

Dr. Frank Tough

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Rohini Patel

Writing and Research Ethics for Indigenous Environmental Advocacy 

This workshop will discuss report writing about environmental issues and Indigenous communities, and reflect on key components for carrying this out responsibly and constructively. Core topics will include research ethics, historical and contemporary context, and writing style, which students can use to organize relevant information and analyses effectively. 

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 Dr. Hiliary Monteith

Writing and Research Ethics for Indigenous Environmental Advocacy 

This workshop will discuss report writing about environmental issues and Indigenous communities, and reflect on key components for carrying this out responsibly and constructively. Core topics will include research ethics, historical and contemporary context, and writing style, which students can use to organize relevant information and analyses effectively. 

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Tending To Your Inner Fire

Dr. Wabie will talk about our inner fire: how we have built it, how to maintain it, and what we can do to enhance it. 

Dr. Joey-Lynn Wabie

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Dr. Crystal Fraser

By Strength, We Are Still Here: Indigenous Peoples and Canada During the Twentieth Century

In this workshop, Dr. Fraser will cover key points of Indigenous histories during the twentieth century, with an emphasis on how Indigenous Nations used tools of strength and resilience to facilitate the continuance of their cultures and sovereignty.

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