Indigenous

Kingstonians march for women’s rights

Women from diverse paths walked together on Sunday to make noise in support of women’s rights.Continue...

Board: Queen’s Indigenous student enrolment increased by 17 per cent in past five years

An open session of the Queen’s Board of Trustees took place on Dec. 9 at Richardson Hall—the last Board meeting to take place in 2022.Continue...

Students petition to have Indigenous health course developed at Queen’s

A group of fourth-year Health and Kinesiology students came together to release a petition early the week of Nov. 22 asking Queen’s to offer an Indigenous health course open to all students.Continue...

Murray Sinclair installed as Queen’s 15th Chancellor

On Tuesday, Queen’s officially welcomed Hon. Murray Sinclair, LLD ’19, as Chancellor.Continue...

Senate discusses Indigenous Student Verification Policy

At Senate on Tuesday, Principal Patrick Deane spoke to student involvement in elections, the exploitation of international students, and tuition freezes. The meeting was held in a hybrid format with senators joining from Robert Sutherland Hall and through Zoom.Continue...

AMS sticker campaign supports Indigenous Climate Action

Stickers intended to raise awareness for Indigenous leadership in combatting the climate crisis are being distributed on campus.

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Queen’s opens Indigenous Space in Albert St. Residence

A new Indigenous Space on campus was unveiled on Oct. 21 at the Albert Street Residence.Continue...

Transforming Indigenous healthcare, one person at a time

This article discusses anti-Indigenous racism and the atrocities committed in Residential Schools and may be triggering for some readers. Continue...

Queen’s Health Sciences panel discusses next 25 years in healthcare

The Faculty of Health Sciences (QHS) hosted a webinar on Sept. 27 in response to the current state of Canadian healthcare, entitled “The future of healthcare in Canada: Solutions to the current crisis.”Continue...

Queen’s educators discuss Truth and Reconciliation

A panel of three non-Indigenous educators from the Queen’s community came together on Tuesday to discuss the importance of fulfilling the Truth and Reconciliation (T&R) Recommendations in the classroom.Continue...

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