Thank you for your engagement at CUVIC 2016.

Welcome to Victoria

Welcome to Victoria

Thank you for joining us in beautiful Victoria, British Columbia—home to a vibrant cultural scene and a base for outdoor activities to suit every enthusiast.

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Reconciliation, innovation and transformation

Reconciliation, innovation and transformation

CUVIC 2016 explored themes of reconciliation, innovation and transformation through engagement. The University of Victoria's First Peoples House—a social, cultural and academic centre for Indigenous students at UVic—was the venue for several sessions during the conference.

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The edge of discovery

The edge of discovery

Nestled at the tip of an island at the edge of a continent, the University of Victoria is Canada's most extraordinary environment for discovery and innovation.

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Thank you for taking part

Thank you for taking part

Thank you for your contributions to CUVIC 2016.

CUVIC 2016 Conference

April 27–29, 2016

Reconciliation, Innovation and Transformation through Engagement


Thank you for taking part in CUVIC 2016 at the University of Victoria! More than 220 delegates, including representatives from 30 Nations and from communities as far away as Nova Scotia, contributed their voices to the conference.  UVic looks forward to continue working with you on initiatives that contribute, in a good way, to the ongoing work of reconciliation.

We acknowledge and respect the Lkwungen People on whose traditional territory the university stands and the Songhees, Esquimalt and WSÁNEĆ peoples whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day. 

Explore resources from CUVIC 2016

Thank you for your contributions to CUVIC 2016! We've gathered some of the resources that were available at the conference in one handy spot - read the TRC report, watch TRC videos, explore the book list and more.

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View the conference gallery

We'll be posting a gallery of photos taken at CUVIC 2016 shortly. Check back soon.