The 2015 AAPSEC conference will take place March 9th and 10th and will be hosted by Mount Saint Vincent University, Rosario Student Centre, and the Association of Atlantic Universities.
The University of Saskatchewan Native Studies Speakers’ Series is presenting Eric Howe, of the Economics Department, University of Saskatchewan, speaking on “Aboriginal Education and Employment: Saskatchewan Lags Behind” at Physics Room 130 on Friday, February 27 from 12:00 pm to 1:15 pm.
The Canadian Criminal Justice Association is calling for submissions to be presented at the 2015 Congress under the theme, Justice at the Crossroads. Deadline for submissions is March 1, 2015 with the 2015 Congress taking place September 30, 2015 to October 3, 2015 at the Delta Regina Hotel in Regina, SK.
The Indigenous Graduate Student’s Council and the Graduate Student’s Association invite you to join them for a soup and bannock lunch plus an Aboriginal Awareness Seminar. This event will take place on Thursday February 26, 2015 from 11:30-1:00 at the Aboriginal Students Centre, Room 110 Marquis Hall, University of Saskatchewan.
The Program of Legal Studies for Native Peoples presents The Comedic Styling of Tenille Campbell, Dakota-Ray Hebert and Myles Morrison. This event takes place on Thursday February 26, 2015 at the Broadway Theatre. For more information call (306) 966-6200.
The Saskatoon Aboriginal Professionals Association (SAPA) is presenting Breakfast Bites. This event takes place on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 at the Hilton Garden Inn at 7:45 am, 90 – 22nd St. E. in Saskatoon. The topic of the event is, helping companies discover the benefits of workplace inclusion.
The University of Saskatchewan is presenting Aboriginal History, Health, and Cultural Safety on Monday, February 23, 2015 at 5:00 pm. This event takes place in Room 1150, Health Sciences E Wing, University of Saskatchewan and is an free event open to students, staff faculty and the public.
Tanya Tagaq, an experimental Inuit throat singer who is the 2014 Polaris Music Prize recipient, will be presenting the 2015 Appel Lecture. There will be two events taking place Tuesday February 24, 2015. A lecture at 1:30 p.m. at the Neatby-Timlin Theatre in the Arts Building and later that day at 7:30 p.m. she will be in conversation with Leisha Grebinski of CBC Radio Saskatoon at Convocation Hall in the Peter MacKinnon Building. Both facilities are located on the University of Saskatchewan campus.
A public awareness initiative, founded by Paul Lacerte of the Cariboo Clan and the Carrier Nation four years ago, has raised the level of knowledge among Canadians. The Moose Hide Campaign had distributed 250,000 squares as part of the campaign to stop violence against aboriginal women and children.
By Jillian Taylor, CBC News Posted: Feb 12, 2015