Join Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre staff member Jenna Lemay for a look at the history and impact of Residential School propaganda.
This webinar looks at letter books, photographs, illustrations, student letters, and publications from the Shingwauk Residential School,
Joan Kuyek, author, university lecturer and founding coordinator of MiningWatch Canada will be at The Water Tower Inn on Thursday, January 30th, at 7pm to launch her most recent book, “Unearthing Justice: How to Protect Your Community from the Mining Industry.”
One day Pre-Forum – SOLD OUT
Join the National conversation on Truth and Reconciliation during the Universities Canada 5th Annual National Building Reconciliation Forum
The significance of the Forum’s historic location and collaborative approach to programming truly makes this an event not to be missed!
The 12th Annual Memorial March for Missing and Murdered Indigenous women, two spirit, and gender non-conforming people will be held on Thursday, Feb. 14, 2019.
We welcome people of all ages, genders, cultures, and physical abilities to gather in front of the Sault Ste.
The Anishinaabe Initiatives Division and Anishinaabe faculty and staff at Algoma University and Shingwauk Kinoomaage Gamig are hosting the third bi-annual Anishinaabe Inendamowin Research Symposium with the theme “Weaving Meaningful Anishinaabe Research Bundles.” The purpose of the symposium is to enrich research through the integration of Anishinaabe inendamowin (Inendamowin being an Anishinaabe word signifying thought).
The Dean’s Office invites you to participate in a Blanket Exercise on September 7, 1-4pm in the George Leach Centre. The Blanket Exercise is an integral part of Orientation Week 2016. This exercise will be followed by a Round Dance in which all participants will be encouraged to join.