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Celebrating National Indigenous History Month: Advancing Indigenous Inclusion JuneJun 29 2023 01:00pm - 02:00pm America/Toronto

In honour of National Indigenous History Month, TSLIP invites you to join us in learning about Toronto’s urban Indigenous landscape and how to build space for meaningful relationship development, broader awareness, and greater Indigenous inclusion in our work.

This virtual event will be a part of TNG’s Inclusive Dialogue Series.

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Event: Celebrating National Indigenous History Month: Advancing Indigenous Inclusion
Date and Time: Thursday June 29th, from 1-2pm

During the event, participants will learn how to engage Indigenous people and include them in the narrative, the workplace, spaces, systems, programs, and services in a meaningful and purposeful way that promotes respect and an honest awareness of indigenous distinctiveness, resilience, culture, history, and gifts.

As we continue to focus on becoming a more inclusive society in a time of Truth and Reconciliation, it is important to understand the role that policy and legislation played in facilitating the attempted elimination of the First People of Turtle Island, now Canada. We will explore Indigenous histories, societal structures, contemporary issues, and the future landscape.


This Event will be led by Lindsay (Swooping Hawk) Kretschmer, who is German and Mohawk and was born and raised in Toronto. Lindsay's family and ancestral connections are to Six Nations and she is a registered member of the Mississaugas of the Credit.

Your participation in this event will be a valuable addition to the discussion and an important step towards creating more inclusive programs, services, and spaces. We hope you will join us in this engaging event as we commemorate Indigenous Peoples Month and work towards greater understanding and inclusion.

Please feel free to extend this invitation to any of your colleagues or contacts who you think may benefit from attending. The more we share knowledge and engage in these important discussions, the greater our collective impact will be.

Reuben Hodari Clarke(he/they),
Community Coordinator, Anti-Racism
Toronto South Local Immigration Partnership/TNG

[email protected]

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This virtual space is designed to help us connect across the land that we are currently calling Canada. Our members are standing on different parts of this land that many Indigenous peoples have been taking care of for millennia before settlers arrived. We acknowledge the injustices that have been committed in the past and the harms that continue. We are committed to learning, sharing knowledge, and working towards a just future through building respectful relationships between established or recent settlers and the first nations of what we now call Canada. For learning more about native land: