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Call for Proposals

Despite the ongoing and emerging challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, we continue collectively to find new forms of community collaboration, experiential learning, and professional development. With this in mind, the Centre for Indigenous Research and Community-Led Engagement (CIRCLE) and the Supporting Aboriginal Graduate Enhancement (SAGE) Program are excited to announce the first annual joint CIRCLE and SAGE Indigenous Graduate Student Conference. The conference will take place via Zoom on April 6th and 7th, 2021, and the theme for the inaugural conference relates to The Resilience of Indigenous Nationhood.

Call for Proposals

The Centre for Indigenous Research and Community-Led Engagement (CIRCLE) and the Supporting Aboriginal Graduate Enhancement (SAGE) Program are excited to announce the first annual joint CIRCLE and SAGE Indigenous Graduate Student Conference: The Resilience of Indigenous Nationhood. The conference will take place via Zoom on April 6th and 7th, 2021.

Call for Proposals

The Centre for Indigenous Research and Community-Led Engagement (CIRCLE) and the Supporting Aboriginal Graduate Enhancement (SAGE) Program are excited to announce the first annual joint CIRCLE and SAGE Indigenous Graduate Student Conference: The Resilience of Indigenous Nationhood. The conference will take place via Zoom on April 6th and 7th, 2021.

IJIH: A special thematic issue

IJIH and FNHA are pleased to present "Wellness-Based Indigenous Health Research and Promising Practices" - an extensive collection of exceptional papers in such areas including, community-based traditional healing and knowledge sharing, the role of Elders in wellness and learning, First Nation community-based palliative care, Indigenous youth leadership, and Inuit youth mental health intervention.

University of Victoria XC & Track at Vancouver Spirit Run

University of Victoria Women’s Field Hockey vs UBC

University of Victoria Men’s Soccer vs Mount Royal

University of Victoria Women’s Soccer at UNBC

12th Latin American and Spanish Film Week

The Good Boss (El buen patrón)by Fernando León de Aranoa (Spain, 120 min)
Básculas Blanco, a Spanish company producing industrial scales in a provincial Spanish town awaits the imminent visit from a committee that will decide whether they deserve a localBusiness Excellence award: everything has to be perfect when the time comes. Working against the clock, the company's proprietor, Blanco (Javier Bardem) pulls out all the stops to achieve his goal.However, life has in store for him some unexpected turns for him. The Good Boss is a smart, entertaining comedy about dysfunctional human interactions.

Aventa Ensemble presents: Aequilibria

Eric Metcalfe: Pop Anthropology

Pop Anthropologyis an exhibition of multimedia artist Eric Metcalfe's oeuvre, spanning over sixty years, in celebration of the artist's honorary doctorate from UVic (UVic DFA 2021, BFA1970).