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Native Child and Family Services 15th Annual Pow Wow

Date:  September 29, 2012

Time:  6:00am  Sunrise Ceremony

          11:00am  Registration

          12:00pm  Grand Entry

           5:00pm  Closing Song

Where:  Dufferin Grove Part (875 Dufferin Street)



First Nations 101 - Presentation and Talk with Lynda Gray and Lee Maracle

Date:   September 22nd., 2012

Time:   3:00 – 4:30 p.m.

Where: Toronto Women's Bookstore (73 Harbord Street)

First Nations 101 is an easy to read primer that provides readers with a broad overview of the diverse and complex lives of First Nations people. It is packed with more than 70 subjects including veterans, youth, urbanization, child welfare, appropriate questions to ask a First Nations person, feminism, the medicine wheel, Two-spirit (LGBTQ), residential schools, the land bridge theory, and language preservation. Author Lynda Gray endeavours to leave readers with a better understanding of the shared history of First Nations and non-First Nations people, and ultimately calls upon all of us – individuals, communities, and governments – to play active roles in bringing about true reconciliation between First Nations and non-First Nations people.

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