Stories of the Land

Stories of the Land

Stories of the Land is a concert focusing on Canadian Indigenous choral music and features many composers with ties to the Vancouver area. At the heart of the program is […]


The UBC Drone Partnership Table Thought Exchange

The UBC Drone Partnership Table Thought Exchange

The Drone Transport Initiative is excited to invite you to join us virtually for an information and thought exchange session focused on the future of drone transport and its role […]


Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami: The National Voice of All Inuit in Canada

Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami: The National Voice of All Inuit in Canada

Join the Faculty of Medicine’s office of Respectful Environments, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (REDI) on Wednesday, May 15th, 2024 from 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm (PST) for a conversation with […]


Cultural Safety in Healthcare: Past, Present, and Future Perspectives with Simon Brascoupé

Cultural Safety in Healthcare: Past, Present, and Future Perspectives with Simon Brascoupé

This presentation examines cultural safety, initially championed by Māori nurse Irihapeti Ramsden in the 1990s, and its global dissemination across healthcare systems. It explores its historical evolution, present application, and […]


Nurses Supporting Indigenous Wellness: Changing Lives & Shaping Tomorrow

Nurses Supporting Indigenous Wellness: Changing Lives & Shaping Tomorrow

  Celebrate National Nursing Week with us and participate in an engaging Q&A session. Discover insights from nursing leaders who advocate for policy, research, education, administration, and practice in partnership […]


Knowledge Transfer and Mentorship with Valerie Lamirand

Knowledge Transfer and Mentorship with Valerie Lamirand

I am the founder and co-owner of RavenSong Soap & Candle. I have a passion for products and entrepreneurism and love to share my experience and knowledge. RavenSong has undergone […]


Services for Children and Youth with Support Needs: Emergent Themes and Concepts from Ongoing Engagement and Research

Services for Children and Youth with Support Needs: Emergent Themes and Concepts from Ongoing Engagement and Research

The Ministry of Children and Family Development is undertaking public engagement, reviewing research and evaluating a pilot model to design the future of services for children and youth with support […]


Wills & Estates for Indigenous People Part 2: Advance Planning On-Reserve/Nation lands for Status Band Members

Wills & Estates for Indigenous People Part 2: Advance Planning On-Reserve/Nation lands for Status Band Members

This webinar will address the importance and value of powers of attorney, representation agreements, and wills for Status Members living on-reserve/Nation Lands in British Columbia. We will cover important considerations […]


Healing Inner Voices with Martin Morberg

Healing Inner Voices with Martin Morberg

Hello/Hadih! Martin Morberg is a Two-Spirit Northern Tutchone and Tlingit man born and raised in the Yukon Territory. He is a member of the Na Cho Nyak Dun First Nation. […]


Wills & Estates for Indigenous People Part 1: Advance Planning Off-Reserve and Non-Status

Wills & Estates for Indigenous People Part 1: Advance Planning Off-Reserve and Non-Status

This webinar will address the importance and value of powers of attorney, representation agreements, and wills for indigenous persons living in British Columbia and cover the important considerations that go […]


Addressing the Gap: Navigating Knowledge Gaps on Indigenous Contexts and Topics in Teaching and Learning

Online How do we disrupt systemic colonial attitudes in the classroom while integrating Indigenous topics in a way that supports addressing knowledge gaps in a good way?  Classrooms are diverse […]


Unceded & Undefeated with Alana Cook

Unceded & Undefeated with Alana Cook

A professional MMA fighter, a proud Métis woman, and a budding scholar in the field of Indigenous Health and Wellness, Alana has spent the last decade of her life embracing […]


Games for Decolonization Workshop

Games for Decolonization Workshop

The Games and Decolonization Workshop is an interdisciplinary forum dedicated to examining the intersections between board games and discourses of settler colonialism, decolonization, Indigenous sovereignty, and social justice. This two-day […]


JEDDI Seminar: Storytelling MMIWG2S & Extraction

JEDDI Seminar: Storytelling MMIWG2S & Extraction

Join the Peter P. Dhillon Centre for Business Ethics and Ch’nook Indigenous Business Education for a JEDDI (Justice, Equity, Diversity, Decolonization, & Inclusion) Seminar on “Storytelling MMIWG2S & Extraction” by […]


Peace of Mind for Rural Maternity in BC with Real-Time Virtual Support’s (RTVS) Maternity and Babies Advice Line (MaBAL) with Dr. Amy Sawchuck & Dr. Keeve de Villiers

Peace of Mind for Rural Maternity in BC with Real-Time Virtual Support’s (RTVS) Maternity and Babies Advice Line (MaBAL) with Dr. Amy Sawchuck & Dr. Keeve de Villiers

Drs. Keeve de Villiers and Amy Sawchuk will present on the Maternity and Babies Advice Line, part of the Real-Time Virtual Support (RTVS) suite of peer support pathways. Family physicians […]


Rez Rules: My Indictment of Canada’s and America’s Systemic Racism Against Indigenous Peoples

Rez Rules: My Indictment of Canada’s and America’s Systemic Racism Against Indigenous Peoples

Join the Faculty of Medicine’s Office of Respectful Environments, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion virtually on Wednesday, March 13th, 2024 from 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm (PST), for “Rez Rules: My […]


Norman Bethune Symposium

Norman Bethune Symposium

Held in the spring, the full-day Norman Bethune Symposium highlights recent research in bleeding and thrombosis, with participation from a range of scientists and clinicians at all levels of training.


Walking Like Warriors: Introduction to Self-Defence with Alana Cook and Keanan Kellar

Walking Like Warriors: Introduction to Self-Defence with Alana Cook and Keanan Kellar

Professional MMA Fighters Alana Cook and Keanan Kellar will take you through an interactive, informative, and inspiring ninety-minute lesson on basic self-defence. This workshop includes martial arts demos, situational awareness, […]


Educate & Create : Legend of Turtle Island

Educate & Create : Legend of Turtle Island

 Learn about the Legend of Turtle Island with James Groening, a Cree artist who specializes in the Woodland Art style. This guided painting workshop is an introduction to the story […]


From Yuquot to Leicester Square: Indigenous Northwest Culture in Eighteenth-Century Britain

From Yuquot to Leicester Square: Indigenous Northwest Culture in Eighteenth-Century Britain

The Department of English Language & Literatures is pleased to invite you to the 2024 Garnett Sedgewick Lecture, featuring Professor Robbie Richardson (Department of English and Native American and Indigenous […]


Dismantling Colonial Structures in Public Health: The Journeys of two First Nations Women – Jorden Hendry & Erym Braley

Dismantling Colonial Structures in Public Health: The Journeys of two First Nations Women – Jorden Hendry & Erym Braley

In this webinar, Eryn and Jorden, two First Nations women and early career health leaders, discuss their journeys throughout higher education in public health – moving from merely surviving within […]


Healing Through Land, Jazz and History with Delbert Anderson

Healing Through Land, Jazz and History with Delbert Anderson

Anderson shares his project experience with the Bureau of Land Management, youth ensemble program and Diné artist research. Anderson will conduct an activity on how everyone can navigate life and […]


Indigenous Peoples’ experiences and realities within the Canadian Healthcare system: What’s the impact on health outcomes?

Indigenous Peoples’ experiences and realities within the Canadian Healthcare system: What’s the impact on health outcomes?

Indigenous peoples have consistently faced health inequities in the Canadian Healthcare system, which have contributed to poorer outcomes. This disparity is still a reality for many Indigenous peoples seeking care. […]


John P. Bell Global Indigenous Rights Lecture 2024 – Dr. Kyle Whyte: Indigenous Climate Action at the Speed of Consent

John P. Bell Global Indigenous Rights Lecture 2024 – Dr. Kyle Whyte: Indigenous Climate Action at the Speed of Consent

Hosted by the Institute for Critical Indigenous Studies at the First Nations Longhouse on UBC Campus, the 5th John P. Bell Global Indigenous Rights Lecture will feature speaker Dr. Kyle […]


Meet Eden Robinson

Meet Eden Robinson

Eden is an award-winning Indigenous writer and storyteller from Kitamat, BC. She will be giving a reading from Son of a Trickster and talking about being an Indigenous author. All […]