Day: November 13, 2014

Between Keewatin and Tsilhqot’in Conference, Nov 21 – 22

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“Between Keewatin and Tsilhqot’in” is an important conference regarding the implications of recent Supreme Court decisions for First Nations and Aboriginal people in Canada.

Space is limited for the November 21st and 22nd conference.  For more information and to register go to

This conference is co-hosted by Treaty Commissioner James Wilson and Professor Aimee Craft, Faculty of Law, University of Manitoba.

Speakers Are:

*    Elder Harry Bone
*    Robert Janes, JFK Law Corporation,
*    Ovide Mercredi, University of Manitoba
*    Heather Leonoff, Manitoba Justice, Constitutional Law
*    Ken McNeil, Professor, Osgood Hall Law School
*    Heather Mahony, Lawyer, Woodward and Company
*    Julie Blackhawk, Department of Justice Canada
*    Doug White, Centre for Pre-Confederation Treaties and Reconciliation, Vancouver Island University
*    Professor Aimee Craft, University of Manitoba
*    Michael Anderson, Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak
*    Bill Gallagher, Author
*    Jean Teillet, Partner, Pape Salter Teillet LLP
*    J.B. Fobister, Traditional Land User, Grassy Narrows First Nation
*    The Honourable Richard Scott, Former Chief Justice of Manitoba

View a complete agenda – For more detailed information, including session descriptions and speaker biographies, available at

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Public Lecture – What’s Story Got to Do With it? Nov 20, 2014, 5-7pm

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Public lecture on November 20, 2014 from 5-7pm in room HC1425 (SFU Vancouver).

What’s story got to do with it? Visualizing storywork and Indigenous pedagogy, lecture by Dorothy Christian, PhD Candidate in Educational Studies at UBC.