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Monday, January 27, 2014

Event Listings for Week of Janaury 27, 2014


January 30, 2014- 1-4pm-Indigenous Women, Memory and Power Project-The next sharing circle for our Indigenous Women, Memory will be in the Talking Room at the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto. 16 Spadina Road. Everyone welcome!

Thursday January 30, 2014-8-10pm-The Catalyst Café featuring Leanne Simpson, Tara Williamson, Sean Conway& Nick Ferrio- Native Women in the Arts presents The Catalyst Café featuring Leanne Simpson, Tara Williamson, Sean Conway & Nick Ferrio.

Join Catalyst Café for an evening of contemporary Indigenous music with Leanne Simpson performing songs from her new album Islands of Decolonial Love. The evening will also feature sets performed by Tara Williamson, Sean Conway and Nick Ferrio.
January 30, 2014-7pm-11pm- Speaker Series on Africa Presents: Congo Global Solidarity: Why Congo Matters. This event is presented by Accents Bookstore and the Harriet Tubman Institute for Research on the Global Migrations of African People, York University.

Where: Clave Social
When: Thursday, January 30th
Time: 7:00pm sharp!

January 31, 2014- 3pm-5pm- 1st SAGE Nest Gathering of 2014 @  The Centre for Aboriginal Initiatives/Aboriginal Studies
Turtle Lounge
St. George Campus
563 Spadina Avenue, 2d Floor

Please RSVP to so we can arrange food. Please indicate food restrictions or preferences.

Friday January 31, 2014- Rhymes for Young Ghouls Theatrical Release premieres in theatres at Cineplex Yonge & Dundas in Toronto. First Weekend Club is hosting a Q&A conducted by Anna Hardwick and with special guests.

For showtimes go to

Saturday February 1, 2014-5pm-11pm-Grandma Rose Logan Memorial Round Dance. Hosted by the Gaudet-Dick Family. Pipe Ceremony (5pm) Feast to Follow, Raffles and 50/50 at the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto, 16 Spadina Road.

Friday February 14, 2014-12:30pm-1:30pm- 9th Annual Strawberry Ceremony in Honor of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Those Who Have Died Violent Deaths by Colonialism:

Strawberry Ceremony with Wanda Whitebird begins at 12:30 Police Headquarters 40 College Street at Bay, Toronto

Community Feast catered by NaMeRes at the 519 Church Street Community Centre; 519 Church Street following the rally.

Please leave your agency and organizations signs and banners at home and make some in honour of women who have died instead.

Tokens will be available at the rally.

Important: Please support Idle No More's Crowdfunding Campaign!

Idle No More has launched a crowdfunding campaign and has added many more perks - including incredible gifts from Empire of Dirt, an award-winning feature about three generations of Cree women confronting the legacies of colonial violence. More information can be found at

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