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“Aboriginal Perspectives”: Our Experiences – by Elder Joanne Dallaire

Sep 30th 2018

“Aboriginal Perspectives”: Our Experiences 
By Elder Joanne Dallaire

Elder Joanne Dallaire‘s ancestry is Cree, Omushkego from Attawapiskat, Ontario.
Through her work in her own business Healing Works, her over 30 year social service career and her work with larger agencies, Joanne has dedicated her career to serving the Aboriginal community and advocating for change in terms of broader societal relationships between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people.
Elder Joanne received an Honorary Doctor of Laws in the Community Service Faculty at Ryerson University in recognition of her life’s work, the Minaake Award for Leadership, the Herbert H. Carnegie Award for Courage and the City of Toronto Access, Equity and Human Rights Award – Aboriginal Affairs Award.
She currently sits as the Elder for Ryerson University, Ryerson’s Aboriginal Education Council, the Truth and Reconciliation Directive and as an Elder for the Toronto District School Board and is active with several community organizations.

Date: Tuesday October 2, 2018
Time:  7-9 pm
Location: Auditorium, Noor Cultural Centre
Admission: Free

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