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    October 2022

  • Land Acknowledgment Workshop

    Join The First Peoples Indigenous Center as we guide you through this interactive session designed to help you understand your connection to land acknowledgments and why they are imperative to meaningful reconciliation. This workshop explains why land acknowledgments are essential to building relationships with Indigenous communities that honor their rights and treaties as sovereign nations. You will also be able to write personalized land acknowledgments using our 4-step framework. The workshop will be held in person at CFCE141- The First…

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  • Introduction to FastStart for Indigenous Entrepreneurs
    • 12:00 PM — 1:30 PM
    360insights Entrepreneurship Centre, CFCE 123, Centre for Collaborative Education (CFCE) 123, Oshawa campus

    Have you ever thought about starting your own business? Join the First Peoples Indigenous Centre (FPIC) and the FastStart team in an opportunity for fun, learning, and making new connections. Starting with a tour of the tools available to you at the FastStart office, we'll be sharing helpful information about how we support Indigenous students in reaching their entrepreneurial and creative goals. This event will showcase current and past FastStart clients, highlighting the endless possibilities for student entrepreneurs at Durham…

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  • Traditional Teaching with Elder Shirley Williams
    • 11:00 AM — 12:00 PM

    Join Elder Shirley Teaching for her teaching "Honoring Spirit Plates." Spirit plates are food offerings. As Anishinaabe people, we thank our relatives and ancestors who have passed into the spirit world. During feasting and ceremonies, a plate of food is offered to those ancestral spirits.

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  • November 2022

  • Land Acknowledgment Workshop

    Join The First Peoples Indigenous Center as we guide you through this interactive session designed to help you understand your connection to land acknowledgments and why they are imperative to meaningful reconciliation. This workshop explains why land acknowledgments are essential to building relationships with Indigenous communities that honor their rights and treaties as sovereign nations. You will also be able to write personalized land acknowledgments using our 4-step framework. The workshop will be held in person at CFCE141- The First…

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  • December 2022

  • Bannock & Books: Indigenous Book Club
    • 6:00 PM — 7:30 PM
    In-person Oshawa Campus, 2000 Simcoe St. N.
    Oshawa, Ontario Canada

    This book club sharing circle will be offered in HYBRID (in-person and online). Please choose a ticket based on your participation. The two options are virtual and in-person. If you are a Durham College staff or student, there is the borrow a book option. The featured book we will read for our December sharing circle is "Unreconciled: Family, Truth, and Indigenous Resistance" by author Jesse Wente. Biography: Jesse Wente is a husband and father, writer, broadcaster, speaker, and arts administrator.…

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