Day 1 – Tuesday

10 October 2017

Nipissing University
*Meet outside the Nipissing Library
*This is the busiest dat of the symposium, please be slightly ahead of schedule for all events

Time Event
8:00-9:00am Registration: Thomson Reading Room, Nipissing Library
8:30am Taxi pick up from hotel
9:00-10:00am Opening: Lorraine Whiteduck Liberty
Welcome to the Territory: Nipissing First Nation Chief Scott McLeod
Welcome by conference hosts Kirsten Greer and April James
10:00-10:20am Lorraine Whiteduck Liberty Water Teaching
Thomson Reading Room inside the Library, L210
10:20-10:40am Break
10:40-12:00pm Dan Commanda and oshkabewis Leland Bell teaching and music
Thomson Reading Room inside the Library, L210
12:00-1:00pm Lunch
1:00-2:00pm Chair: Jamie Murton Public
Alan Lester: “Snapshots of the British Empire: Governing Everywhere and All at Once”
Weaver Auditorium, Canadore College, B200
2:00-3:15pm Chair: Nathan Kozuskanich
Maurice Switzer, Bnesi: “So Long as the World Exists”
Catherine Murton Stoehr: “Prosecute All Murders and Robberys Against them: The Forgotten Treaty Promise”
Thomson Reading Room inside the Library, L210
3:15-3:30pm Break
3:30-4:30pm Workshop:
Frank Tough: “Geography of Hudson Bay Company Documents” Thomson Reading Room inside the Library, L210
4:30-5:15pm Guided Reflection and Discussion: Dan Commanda, Maurice Switzer
5:30pm Taxi pick up
5:30-6:30pm Dinner at Hotel
7:00-8:00pm Host: Jamie Murton
Introduction by Deborah McGregor
Public Keynote:
Nipissing First Nation Chief, Scott McLeod: “The Impact of Settler Colonialism on Lake Nipissing”
St. Andrew’s United Church, 399 Cassells Street, North Bay