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TUKTUUYAQTUUQ (Caribou Crossing): Maureen Gruben

In Maureen Gruben's careful attention to life-sustaining physical elements, she alsotraces the caribou's vast immaterial presence in her culture.

In-person Learn to Meditate

Participants are introduced to and practice a simple breath meditation At each sessionthere is time for instruction, practice and questions. This is a drop-in program, with a limited seating capacity.

Zoom - Learn to Meditate

Sign in on the Zoom link below (you will need to first download Zoom onto your phone/laptop/computer) to virtually practice Meditation and Mindful Awareness. These are key tools in the developmentof conscious and compassionate ways of being present to the complex and stressful reality of our lives. No experience necessary.


2020 Lipson Lecture: Infodemic! Is Misinformation Killing Us?

How does this misinformation spread? Why do people believe it? What can we do as individuals and a community to fight back? Who can we trust? On October 22 ndat 5pm, Timothy Caulfield, professor of Health Law & Science Policy at the University of Alberta, and author of Is Gwyneth Paltrow Wrong About Everything?, will explore these questions and more in the 2020 Lipson Lecture.

The Role of the Congregation: Religious Identity among Filipinx Sexual Minorities

How are Filipinx-Canadian youth dealing with the tension between their faith and theirsexual identity? Come find out.

Japanese American incarceration and Japanese Canadian dispossession book talk

Midge Ayukawa Commemorative Lecture