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International Women’s Week: Take Back the Campus

Members of Algoma University will march to end sexual violence, and unite with the vision of making our campus a safer environment to work, study, and grow. A keynote speaker will lead a discussion around sexual violence,

Algoma U – PDSB Indigenous Education & Cultural Day

Peel Region Indigenous Cultural Celebration & Mini-Powwow
Algoma University, the Peel District School Board, and the Peel Aboriginal Network (PAN) welcome everyone to join in a day of indigenous culture and celebration at Fletcher’s Meadow Secondary School in Brampton.

Board Game Break

Mental Health Services, in collaboration with Student Services, invite you to take a break from studying and assignments! As the semester comes into full swing, it is important to remember to make time for yourself and to connect with others.

21st Annual Gathering with Our Elders

Hosting this year’s 21st Annual Gathering With Our Elders in the Algoma University Doc Brown Lounge. This event is featuring:

Kevin Nadjiwon
Barbara Nolan
Residential School Tours
Healing Lodge Singers
Chief Reg Niganobe
Quinn Meawasige
Round Dance
Leo Binda

The day will begin with a sunrise ceremony at 7am.