Event: Teachings on “The Métis People: History and Culture

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Event: Teachings on “The Métis People: History and Culture

  1. 1.       Introducing  the…         The  goal  of  the  Infinite  Reach  Network  (IRN)  is  to  establish  a  community  of  Métisstudents  at  the  University  of  Toronto  in  hopes  of  connecting  and  supporting  one  another  through  regular  gatherings  and  conversation.  The  Infinite  Reach  Network  will  also  host  a   series  of  events  which  are  open  to  all  Aboriginal  and  non-­‐Aboriginal  students,  faculty,   and  staff  interested  in  learning  about  and  discussing  Métis  culture  and  issues.         In  recognition  of  Louis  Riel  Day,  the  IRN  is  honored  to  have     Elder  Joe  Paquette  share  teachings  on     “The  Métis  People:  History  and  Culture”  for  its  first  gathering,     scheduled  for  Friday  November  18th  from  11:00-­‐12:00pm  at   First  Nations  House,  563  Spadina  Avenue,  3rd  Floor,  in  the  Borden  Building  North.     Please  RSVP  to  t.beaulieu@utoronto.ca  as  light  refreshments  will  be  served.       All  are  welcome!!       For  more  information  or  to  be  added  to  the  Infinite  Reach  Network  Listserv,  please  contact     Tera  Beaulieu  (t.beaulieu@utoronto.ca),  Facilitator  for  the  Infinite  Reach  Network  at  the   University  of  Toronto.  

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