The Speaker Series (Association of Aboriginal Commerce Students)

By 1JustCity Citizen
September 22, 2015

Looking for a fun and interactive way to increase your knowledge on issues affecting all non-indigenous and indigenous students? This year the Association of Aboriginal Commerce Students is excited to announce the creation of a year long Speakers Series! Every month, we will bring in a guest, community leader, or student leader to share their knowledge with us in a safe environment. This will take place in the Asper Fishbowl. Food provided as well as time for you to voice your opinions, ask your questions and share what you think.

Launch Date: September 28 at 6pm
Importance of Connecting Cultures in Business: Contemporary issues in Treaty Relations

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James B. Wilson
Treaty Commissioner for Manitoba

Keynote Address: James B. Wilson, Treaty Commissioner for Manitoba
Opening Prayer: Elder Harry Bone
Youth Address: Will Landon
Emcee: Carter Wilson
Greetings brought by:
Ashley Richard, President of the Association of Aboriginal Commerce Students

The series is titled Wahkotowin, which is Cree for “Relationships”. We hope to build stronger relationships between indigenous and non-indigenous community members through this Series.

Asper is located at the University of Manitoba, Drake Centre building. 181 Freedman Crescent.


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