‘Chosen Paths: Health, Gender and Cultural Practices among Indigenous Youth in the North and South’
On the evening of Monday October 28, Horizons of Friendship, (Horizons), KWIC (Kawartha World Issues Centre) and TRACKS (Trent Aboriginal Cultural Knowledge and Science) and invite you to a free... Read More
Winter Clothing Drive
Please donate your gently used clothing to our annual Winter Clothing Drive! Drop-off your items in the Trent... Read More
Pine Tree Talk: Dr. Pam Palmater.Oct 30 2019 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm How can we follow up on the Report of the Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls Report, Reclaiming Power and Place? Read More
Trick or Queer
44rd Annual Elders & Traditional Peoples Gathering
Mark your calanders the 44th annual Elders & Traditional Peoples Gathering will be taking place from November 1st to 3rd, 2019.
This vision that started long ago continues. The... Read More
44th Elders & Traditional Peoples Gathering.Nov 1 2019 (All day) to Nov 3 2019 (All day) Read More
OPIRG PTBO and SWRK 3002 students: Everett, Faith and Alicia present "Whose University Is It?" Join us for a screening of Whose University Is It? (2003) followed by a discussion on the Student Choice Initiative.
OPIRG PTBO and SWRK 3002 students: Everett, Faith and Alicia present "Whose University Is It?" Join us for a screening of Whose University Is It?Read More
KWIC CLIMIGRATION: The Life Size Board Game @ The Spoon!Nov 4 2019 - 5:30pm KWIC CLIMIGRATION: How Migration is Affected by & Contributing to Climate Change Read More
Climagration: An exploration of migration and climate change
Join Kawartha World Issues Centre (KWIC) and the Seasoned Spoon Cafe for a life-size board game simulation, exploring the connections between climate change and global migration. By playing ... Read More
Free Market Pop-Up!
Come to the Free Market Pop-up in the Champlain Great Hall on Wednesday, November 6 for all sorts of cool stuff. By the way, they're all free!Read More
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