National Indigenous Peoples’ Day and the architecture of reconciliation

June 19, 2020

Sunday, June 21st is National Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Celebrate with EVOQ and participate in some of the many virtual events planned across the country to mark the occasion.

  • National Indigenous Peoples’ Day activities

https://www.canada.ca/en/canadian-heritage/campaigns/indigenous-peoples-day/list-events.html

  • Indigenous Voices Awards

  • Regard des Premières nations Webinar

 

 

For our part, we invite you to view the conference given by Maya Cousineau-Mollen (Inuit and First Nations Community Development Advisor) at TEDxMontrealSalon on the role that architecture must play in the service of reconciliation.

“Paths to diversity are sometimes hidden in the annals of colonial history. By exploring the world of architecture and its contribution to our society, we try to understand the beneficial influence that this profession can bring to Aboriginal communities. From Nunavut and Nunavik to First Nations’ lands across the country, we can see concrete examples of this evocative influence.”

 

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