On Sept. 29 and 30, the York community gathered to reflect on the legacy of Canada’s residential school system. The archives of the livestreamed events are now available to view.
National Indigenous Peoples Day falls on the summer solstice (June 21), which is the longest day of the year. It is a day of significance, as Indigenous Peoples and communities have honoured their cultures and histories on the summer solstice for generations.
Professor Susan Dion amongst faculty members to receive 2022 President’s University-Wide Teaching Awards
Five individuals who have considerably enhanced the quality of learning for York students are recipients of the 2022 President’s University-wide Teaching
Two Métis artists spoke with York University Faculty of Education Professor Susan Dion, associate vice-president Indigenous initiatives, about how their art educates and invites others to experience their culture and heritage.
York University Vice-President Equity, People and Culture Sheila Cote-Meek announces the appointment of Professor Susan P. Dion to the inaugural role of associate vice-president Indigenous initiatives, effective Sept. 1.
How early is too early to explain the complicated history of Canada and its treatment of Indigenous people? York University professor Susan Dion explains how Indigenous history can be taught in primary school.