Events and Initiatives

A look at current and past events and educational initiatives held by the Office of Indigenous Initiatives. 

 

Current and Upcoming Events  

 

Past Events

2022 

November: 
November 4th: 24th annual Indigenous Knowledge Symposium: Indigenous Languages Revitalization. 

September: 

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Events
- Indigenous Art Exhibit
- Taking up the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Recommendations in your Classroom 
- Beading Workshop with Liv Rondeau of Flint + Maple
- Elder Meet & Greet: TRC - Working Towards Meaningful Respect
- Paint Night with artist Jaylene Cardinal
- TRC + Me 

Flag Raising Ceremony + Sacred Fire, more here

June:

Indigenous History Month 

Indigenous Peoples Day - June 21st - Grand Opening at Tipi Moza followed by events at City Park, Kingston.

 Download National Indigenous Peoples Day event details here.

May:

Moose Hide Campaign Day
Messages and support from Principal Deane and Provost Mark Green

Gazette Article: Queen's joins the Moose Hide Campaign

National Day of Awareness for Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls 
Gazette Article: University honours Indigenous women and girls lost to violence

 

2021

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, September 30th
Queen's Gazette - Photo Essay

 

Past Events

Dec

01

Thursday

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12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Online/Zoom

Elder Meet & Greet: Two Row Wampum

Topic: Two Row Wampum

More details

Nov

24

Thursday

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12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Online/Zoom

Elder Meet & Greet: True Meaning of Reconciliation

Topic: True Meaning of Reconciliation

More details

Nov

16

Wednesday

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12:00 am - 12:00 pm

Louis Riel Day

Louis Riel Day is held every year on November 16...

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