DATE AND TIME Sat, October 27, 2018 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM EDT
This panel discussion will bring together respected Algonquin practitioner Albert Dumont; Algonquin intellectual Lynn Gehl; settler ally historian Lindsay Lambert; and Professor of Journalism Randy Boswell to discuss and uncover how it is that an Indigenous sacred water and landscape, specifically Akikpautik / Akikodjiwan, located in Canada’s Capital Region just upstream from Canada’s parliament continues to be subjugated by colonial and corporate power.
Collectively this panel will explore, discuss, and uncover how this is happening within the context of the Liberal government’s political platform and rhetoric of “nation to nation” and “reconciliation”.
LOCATION: Churchill Seniors Recreation Centre
345 Richmond Road