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June Events

National Aboriginal History Month

The Regent Park Film Festival and imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival will be co-presenting the beautiful Canadian film EMPIRE OF DIRT, a story about the challenges facing three generations of a family of Cree women in Ontario.
WHEN: Wednesday June 25th at 9pm
WHERE: Outside Daniels Spectrum at 585 Dundas Street East.
REFRESHMENTS: Popcorn and pop will be sold.
We encourage audiences to bring their own blankets and warm clothing, as the screening will take place outside.


Speech Acts and Joyous Utterances- Translating, Teaching, Learning and Living Indigenous Tribalographies Conference. June 19th-June 22nd. Free and open to everyone! 

Go to aboriginalstudies.utoronto.ca to view the full conference schedule and to register.

Na-Me-Res Pow Wow, Saturday June 21st at 12pm! #NMRPowWow

Photo: Na-Me-Res Pow Wow, Saturday June 21st at 12pm! #NMRPowWow


Toronto Public Library 

From the website: Toronto Public Library celebrates the largest Aboriginal community in Canada this June, with programs for all ages. We will have authors, storytellers, dancers and puppeteers at many events throughout the city.

Place: Various library branches 

Date: Entire month of June

Visit their website for details. 


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