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Kahnikonriyo (righteousness / the good mind)
Dialogues on Indigeneity at Queen’s University
Final Report now available.
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 Five
This year’s annual implementation report covers the progress made in implementing the TRCTF recommendations and highlights upcoming initiatives over the 2021-22 academic year. As this is our Year 5 report, this version also includes 5 year reflections on the work being done at Queen's University.
*Updated Feb 2023.Download Report (PDF 11MB)
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
Indigenous History Month
Indigenous History Months offers a time for learning for all Canadians...
Queen's Indigenous Alumni Chapter Summer Gathering
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National Indigenous Peoples Day in Kingston
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Selected articles from Queen's Gazette
May 23, 2023
Campus community marches to end gender-based violence nationwide
Queen’s joins Indigenous-led Moose Hide Campaign as ambassador institution.
Apr 19, 2023
Senate issues special statement on Duncan Campbell Scott honorary degree
University ‘deeply regrets’ honor bestowed in 1939.
Apr 06, 2023
Expanded red dress display returns to campus
The REDress Project includes more dresses, more display areas, and more viewing days to commemorate missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls, and gender diverse people.