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Monday, June 16, 2014

Weekly Events


June 17-18, 2014-6-8pm- Youth Medallion Making Workshop @ the Native Canadian Centre. This workshop is for youth ages 12-24! Please register to save a spot.

Come out and participate in a two day medallion making workshop with Rosary Spence!

This two-day workshop will cover designing and learning basic bead embroidery techniques to make your medallion, as well as how to create beaded medallion chains.

to register or for more information, call 416-964-9087 x 326
or email Alyssa at

June 17, 2014- The Ground From Which We Grow- queer, consensual, anti-racist, unapologetic. Not your average burlesque @ the Gladstone Hotel.

tuesday june 17 ~ closed captioning
wednesday june 18 ~ ASL- English Interpretation by Amanda Hyde and Tara Everret and closed captioning

Gladstone Ballroom
Sliding Scale $5-25 PWYC ( No one turned away!)
Doors: 7pm
Show: 8pm - 10pm
All Ages, Venue is Wheelchair Accessible

Ms Nookie Galore & Akhaji Zakiya !!

Thursday June 19, 2014- Sunday June 22, 2014- Speech Acts and Joyous Utterances: Translating, Teaching, Learning and Living Indigenous Tribalographies Conference- @ JH 100 Jackman Humanities Institute, University of Toronto 170 St. George Street, Room 100

Thursday June 19, 7-9 p.m. A Climate Change Agenda For Toronto
2174 Danforth Ave., east of Woodbine
Danforth Mennonite Church
Speaker: Franz Hartmann, Toronto Environmental Alliance

June 19, 2014-7pm-8:30pm- Learning Canada’s Colonial History- Community Talk/Mkagengewe Book Launch Fundraiser with Dr. Lynn Gehl .In honour of National Aboriginal History Month, CRRC invites you to attend a community book launch and discussion on Canada's colonial history and present with Dr. Lynn Gehl. Her latest publication, Mkadengwe, will be available for purchase at the fine price of $15 (reduced costs for bundles of books). Book retails is $17.95 – so make a purchase at this event and save a couple of dollars! Purchasing is encouraged but not mandatory. @ Niijkiwendidaa Anishnaabekwewag Services Circle, 1097 Water Street, Peterborough, Ontario

Saturday June 21, 2014-12pm- Na Me Res Traditional Outdoor Pow wow @ Wells Hills Park. Help the homeless while celebrating National Aboriginal Day and Summer Solstice with Na-Me-Res! This event is open to the public and features First Nations traditional dancing, drumming, feast, giveaways, dignitaries from the community, and First Nations vendors from across the province. Can't wait to see you there!

Na-Me-Res is unable to host this event without your help! Please donate at

This is a rain or shine event.

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