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Anishinaabe Hunting Stories and Teachings with Brad Webkamigad

Time: Thursday, July 23, 2010 6:00pm to 7:30pm via Zoom
Zoom Meeting ID: 898 2456 5032
Brad Webkamigad is a hunter-harvester, Ojibway Odawa Pottowatomi Anishinaabe nini. Brad has been an avid hunter for most of the last 25 years here in his homeland areas,

New Shining Moon Workshop: The Art of Hosting

Art of Hosting is a highly effective way of harnessing the collective wisdom and self-organizing capacity of groups of any size. This online workshop is ideal for anyone who wants to explore tools to help create responsive processes for your own communities given these strange times.

Middle East Forum

A few students will be sharing their experience living in the Middle East as well as their journey to Canada and Professor Olabanji Akinola will be speaking from an academic perspective on the issues. After they speak,

School BE’s Community Focus – CMHA

Description:In Focus this week the Canadian Mental Health Association, come meet our community partners and local vendors, and learn more about them and network School BE style.

Hunger Games 2019

Are you into winning prizes?
Are you a team player?
Are you up for a good challenge that supports a great cause?
The Algoma University Students’ Union Food Pantry and The People’s Garden are happy to announce our 1st Hunger Games 2019 fundraising challenge!

SASA Annual Christmas Party

SASA invites students and their families to join together Sunday afternoon for a lunch, play games, visit with Santa, and the chance to win one of 3 door prizes!

Rotary Santa Claus Parade

On November 17th, the city of Sault Ste. Marie will celebrate this annual community event. Thousands of people line Queen street to see festive and brightly lit parade floats. It’s the city’s way to kick-off the holiday season and  once again Algoma University is entering a float and we want as many students and staff as possible to join in the fun.