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Monday, April 7, 2014

Events for April 7-11, 2013


April 7-10, 2014-2-5pm-The Native Students' Association presents: Jib Jam! The end of the year at university is always a time of hurry, stress, and studying. The Jib Jam (short for Ojibway) will be open to all students currently enrolled in ABS courses. It will take place from April 7th until April 10 at First Nations House. Snacks and refreshments will be provided, as well as a silent study room and a room where students may connect with their peers in order to relax or recover for a few hours after a hard year. Each day an academic leader will be present to provide any needed assistance with studying or editing. This Monday, the academic leaders is Min Kaur.

We hope to see you there!

April 8, 2014-2pm Graduating? First Nations House will be honouring all Aboriginal graduates. Please join us. If you are graduating and you still have not registered, please do so now by emailing   There will be a gift and certificate for all
graduates.  Even if you cannot make the event, please add your name to the
graduate list!  We include all students graduating in June AND Nov. from all
programs on all campuses including TYP and Academic Bridging. 

April 10, 2014-5pm-7pm-OISE Library-Aboriginal Knowledge(s): Colonialism, Decolonization and Education
Keynote speakers:
Janice C. Hill, Director, Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre, Queen's University, Kingston; Turtle Clan, Mohawk Nation

Verna St. Denis, Professor, College of Education, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon; Cree and Metis - Beardy's and Okemasis First Nation

A public forum sponsored by Department of Humanities, Social Sciences and Social Justice Education (HSSSJE), OISE.
INFO: C. Sinclair

April 10, 2014-7pm- Images Festival 2014- Opening Night- From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf @ the Royal Cinema, 608 College Street. Kicking off the festival at the Royal Cinema on April 10 @ 7 PM, is an intimate and epic film by the Indian collective CAMP (artists in attendance). Having screened at Experimenta Festival, FID Marseille and Documenta, we are thrilled to bring this incredible film to Toronto audiences for our opening night.

Co-presented with Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival and SAVAC.

And please join us afterwards for the Opening Night Party at The Boat (158 Augusta Avenue), starting at 9pm!!

April 11, 2014-1pm-Dione Joseph will be visiting on April 11, 2014 at 1:00pm. The title of her talk is "Poetics of Performance: Identity Politics in Contemporary Indigenous Australian Theatre"

Come check it out! Free and open to everyone. @ the Centre for Aboriginal Initiatives, Turtle Lounge, 2nd Floor 563 Spadina Avenue.

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