Members of the U of T community are invited to attend an important conversation in recognition of Orange Shirt Day and Canada’s National Truth & Reconciliation Day, Truth First: Indigenous Archaeology as Restorative Justice, with Professor Kisha Supernant (Métis/Papaschase/British). Professor Supernant will discuss her research using ground-penetrating radar to [...]
In recognition of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, join the Centre for International Experience for a conversation with trailblazing U of T alumna Riley Yesno (BA 2021), a queer Anishinaabe scholar, writer, and commentator from Eabametoong First Nation. Learn from Riley's unique global perspective on Indigenous issues [...]
Honour the experiences of residential school survivors by joining a University-wide event to recognize Orange Shirt Day and the National Day for Truth & Reconciliation. Students, librarians, faculty members, and staff can register to attend this event in person or watch the live stream. The University of Toronto [...]
In 2022, the Pope and the Archbishop of Canterbury came to Canada to engage with Indigenous communities and Residential School Survivors on how the respective churches that each represents, the Roman Catholic and Anglican, were instrumental in a system that inflicted “spiritual, cultural, emotional, physical, and sexual abuse of [...]
Honour the experiences of residential school survivors by joining a University-wide event to recognize Orange Shirt Day and National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Students, librarians, faculty and staff may register to attend this event in-person or watch the livestream.
Indigenous students, staff and faculty are invited to the University of Toronto Indigenous Community Gathering on October 3rd at the Hart House Farm. This will be an opportunity to share space with each other and to prioritize community care following the National Day for Truth & Reconciliation (Orange Shirt [...]