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Kahnikonriyo (righteousness / the good mind)
CALL FOR ARTWORK: The Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL) and the OII are collaborating on a celebration display for Indigenous History Month. This display will be located in Mac-Corry Hall; showcasing various different types of artwork, celebrating the vibrant and individual themes of Indigenous artwork and each artist. Indigenous artists are invited to submit any artwork – limited 1 or 2 pieces for larger art, and 2 or 3 for smaller pieces.
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Dialogues on Indigeneity at Queen’s University
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We remain committed to creating appropriate spaces in which Indigenous members of the Queen’s community can engage in respectful, open, and productive discussions.More Information
TRC Task Force Implementation Report - Year Four
This year’s annual implementation report covers the progress made in implementing the TRCTF recommendations and highlights upcoming initiatives.Download Report (PDF 4MB)
Statements and Messages
From time to time, statements and messages are released by the Office of Indigenous Initiatives and the Associate Vice-Principal (Indigenous Initiatives and Reconciliation). We encourage you to read the messages and to contact our office with any questions or comments.Read messages and statements
Community Research Partnerships
Indigenous Community Research Partnerships is an open online training resource to help researchers discover a principled approach to research partnerships with Inuit, Métis, and First Nations communities.Access the training
June celebrates Indigenous history...
June is Indigenous History Month
Selected articles from Queen's Gazette
May 16, 2022
Additional Degree Level Expectations to ensure students complete their studies with the ability to contribute to a diverse world in a more inclusive and equitable way.
May 12, 2022
Advocacy walk held in support of grassroots movement of Indigenous men and boys seeking to end violence against women and children.
Apr 25, 2022
Program brings Chef Joseph Shawana to campus to share the foundations of Indigenous foods systems, ingredient history, and methods of modernizing and de-colonizing Indigenous recipes.
Apr 25, 2022
The award recognizes Canadian researchers who contribute their time, expertise, and lived experience to help address inequities within their institution, and academia.