Indigenous

Indigenous Studies in the News!

Published: 3Apr2018

This week the Indigenous studies program made the news in the McGill Daily and the Eastern Door!

Indigenous Knowledge Holder Series 2018

Published: 28Mar2018

The Indigenous Knowledge Holder Series this year was a major success! Ryan McMahon, CEO of Makoons Media and builder of Indian & Cowboy, spent the week at McGill contributing to our community....

Hungry Listening, Ethnographic Redress

4Apr201813:30
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The Indigenous Studies Program presents a seminar by Dr Dylan Robinson (Stó:lō)

Centering Indigenous Stories: Pathway to 2167

21Mar201816:30
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As part of the Indigenous Knowledge Holder Series, Ryan McMahon will be giving a keynote "iPhones, Bush Tea and Dibajimowinan - Centering Indigen

A Night of Comedy with Ryan McMahon

23Mar201820:00
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23:30

Ryan McMahon is an Anishinaabe comedian, writer, media maker & community activator based out of Treaty #1 territory (Winnipeg, MB).

OFNIE alumna Ulaayu Pilurtuut interviewed by Kativik Ilisarniliriniq

Published: 8Mar2018

Kativik Ilisarniliriniq (Kativik School Board) recently posted an interview with Ulaayu Pilurtuut, who received a B.Ed for Certified Teachers in December 2017 through the Teacher Training program...

CBC | Reclaiming the Indigenous roots of lacrosse

Published: 19Feb2018

Allan Downey, an assistant professor of history at McGill University, says lacrosse touches all aspects of life in many Indigenous cultures and helps explain everything from how the world came to...

Barbara May Bernhardt, "Audiology and speech-language pathology for people of First Nations, Métis or Inuit heritage: Building the foundations"

20Feb201816:00
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The School of Communication Sciences and Disorders in partnership with Office of First Nations and Inuit Education is pleased to announce a talk by Barbara May Bernhardt in the run up to the...

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