Check out the presentations and workshops run by our researchers.
"Robinson-Huron Treaty Gathering 2022: Restoring the Balance," Deborah McGregor, Alan Corbiere, Pippa Feinstein, and Leora Gansworth. Sept 7-9, 2022. https://www.robinsonhurontreaty1850.com/treatygathering
AFN Climate Gathering, Sept 27-29. Fredericton, NB. IEJ Team Members. https://www.afn.ca/2nd-national-climate-gathering/
“COA Executive Annual Meeting. Canada Ontario Agreement Respecting the Great Lakes Ecosystem.” Deborah McGregor. Chiefs of Ontario. Virtual. January 2022.
“Preparing Land Acknowledgements: Connection to Place, Listening and Relationships. Approaches to Educating for Just and Sustainable future. Centering Indigenous Perspectives in the classroom. Part 1 module.” Deborah McGregor and Ethan Persaud-Quiroz. Advanced Teacher Certificate Program. Ecosource and York University. Virtual. February 23, 2022.
“Indigenous Climate Justice: Knowledge and Ecologies. 2022 Women in Science (WIS) STEM Research Symposium.” Deborah McGregor. University of Victoria, Victoria, BC. Virtual. March 8, 2022. https://www.uvicwomeninscience.com/2022-stem-symposium-1
“Indigenous Environmental Justice and Sustainability Science.” Deborah McGregor. UVic Libraries Science Communications Skills Conference: Breaking Barriers in Science Communication. University of Victoria, BC. Virtual. March 17th, 2022. https://onlineacademiccommunity.uvic.ca/sciencecommunication/program/
“Social Justice Workshop. Rotman Net Impact: 2022 Climate Change and Net Zero Forum.” Deborah McGregor, Dali Carmichael and Meghan Fowler. Rotman School of Management. University of Toronto. Toronto, ON. Virtual. March 25th, 2022.
“Preparing Land Acknowledgements: Connection to Place, Listening and Relationships. Approaches to Educating for Just and Sustainable future. Centering Indigenous Perspectives in the classroom Part 1 module.” Deborah McGregor, Ethan Persaud-Quiroz, Dali Carmichael and Casey Bas. Advanced Teacher Certificate Program. Ecosource and York University. Virtual. May 18, 2022.
“Intersections of Indigenous Environmental Justice & Climate Change.” Deborah McGregor, Dali Carmichael and Casey Bas. Toronto Public Library. Our Fragile Planet Series. Virtual. June 9th, 2022 https://www.crowdcast.io/e/tpl-iej-climate-change
“Grappling with Intergenerational Anishinaabemowin in the Internet Age.” Deborah McGregor and Alan Corbiere. York University. Virtual. February 21, 2021. https://iejproject.info.yorku.ca/elder-women-discuss-medicine/
“The Importance of Traditional Knowledge (TK) and Indigenous Involvement in the protection of the environment and cumulative effects.” Deborah McGregor. Virtual Indigenous Conference on Cumulative Effects. Indigenous Centre for Cumulative Effects. Ottawa, ON. Virtual. March 23, 2021. https://www.icce-caec.ca/2021-virtual-indigenous-conference-on-cumulative-effects-presentations
“Reconciliation and Land-Based Learning in Our Schools Module. Professional Development Teacher Training.” Deborah McGregor and Sue Chiblow. Ecosource and York University. Virtual. March 25th, 2021.
“Indigenous Worldview: Implications for Policy.” Deborah McGregor and Sue Chiblow. Policy Directors. Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC), Ottawa, ON. Virtual. April 29th, 2021.
“Conservation Through Reconciliation Partnership: Approaches to Research.” Deborah McGregor and Robin Roth. RESnet Annual General Meeting. NSERC. Virtual. May 10th, 2021.
“Big Ideas Series 2021. Sheila Watt-Cloutier. Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences.” Deborah McGregor. CONGRESS, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB. Virtual. June 3, 2021.
“Considering Different Knowledge Systems for Conservation. 4th Annual Meeting of the National Caribou Knowledge Consortium (NBCKC).” Deborah McGregor. Canadian Conservation and Land Management. Virtual. June 10, 2021.
“Indigenous Economies: Spirit in the Land. Indigenous Economies: Reclaiming the Sacred.” Deborah McGregor. Indigenous Climate Action (ICA) and Canadian Society of Ecological Economics (CANSEE). Virtual. June 11, 2021. online: Deborah McGregor | Keynote Speaker | Indigenous Economics Conference
“Indigenous Climate Justice, colonialism and self-determined futures.” Deborah McGregor. GW4 ERC Climate Symposium: Climate change: solutions and how to communicate them. University of Exeter, UK. Virtual. June 22nd, 2021.
“STEM as an Expression of Indigenous Science. 6th International STEM in Education Conference.” Deborah McGregor. Faculty of Education. University of British Columbia. Virtual. July 8th, 2021 online: https://edcp.educ.ubc.ca/congratulations-to-everyone-involved-in-the-stem-2021-international-conference/
“Indigenous Knowledge, Research and Sustainability. Sciversify UBCO STEM Conference. UBCO Equity and Diversity Office.” Deborah McGregor. University of British Columbia Okanagan. Kelowna, BC. Virtual. September 21, 2021.
“Indigenous Knowledge Systems, Water and Justice. Sustainable Oceans Conference. Seeing Beyond the Shoreline. Sobey Fund for Oceans.” Deborah McGregor. Dalhousie University. Halifax, NS. Virtual. September 23rd, 2021. https://www.dal.ca/sites/sobey-fund/news-events/2021/09/21/sustainable_ocean_2021___seeing_beyond_the_shoreline.html
“Storytelling, Climate Justice and Self-Determined Futures. Relational Futures: A Symposium for Indigenous Land, Water, and Environment & 2021 D’Arcy McNickle Distinguished Lecture. D’Arcy McNickle for American Indian and Indigenous studies.” Deborah McGregor. Newberry Library. Chicago, IL. Virtual. October 7th, 2021. Storytelling, Climate Justice, and Self-Determined Indigenous Futures
“Climate Action in Canada: A discussion on reconciliation, Indigenous justice, and nature based solutions. 2021 Sustainable Communities Conference.” Deborah McGregor. Federation of Canadian Municipalities. Ottawa, ON. Virtual. October 19, 2021. https://www.municipalworld.com/feature-story/climate-reconciliation-justice/
“Indigenous climate leadership in Canada: a discussion on reconciliation, Indigenous justice, and nature based solutions. EXALT Conference 2021: Concurrent Crises and Sustainable Futures: Global Extractivisms and Alternatives.” Deborah McGregor. University of Helsinki. Helsinki, Finland. Virtual. October 27, 2021. Indigenous climate leadership in Canada: A disc. on Reconciliation, Justice & nature-based solutions
“Land Acknowledgements: Fostering Ethical Relationships with the Indigenous Peoples and Lands Workshop.” Deborah McGregor and Emma Nelson. CUPIC 2021, 57th Annual Canadian Undergraduate Physics Conference. Ryerson/X University. Virtual. November 4, 2021.
“Indigenous Environmental Justice.” Deborah McGregor. Stephen Lewis Collegiate. Virtual. December 2nd, 2021.
“Polishing the Chain: Treaty Relations in Toronto. EUC Seminar Series. (with Indigenous Environmental Justice, Center for Indigenous Knowledge and Languages, and Osgoode Hall Law School, Jumbulies, Toronto Biennial of Art. York University.” Deborah McGregor. Virtual. Fall 2021- Winter 2022. https://euc.yorku.ca/research-spotlight/polishing-the-chain-treaty-relations-in-toronto/
“Indigenous and Decolonizing Methodologies Panel/Workshop Virtual Summer Community Engaged Research Intensive.” Deborah McGregor. Community Engaged Scholarship Institute. Guelph University and the Conservation Through Reconciliation Partnership. August 20, 2020.
“IEJ Listening to the Land Workshop.” Deborah McGregor. East York Collegiate Institute. Toronto, ON. Virtual. September 24th, 2020.
“Incorporating Indigenous Rights and Responsibilities into the Canadian Water Agency.” Deborah McGregor. Global Water Futures. Virtual. September 2020.
“Indigenous Peoples, Colonialism and Climate Change Futures. Indigenous Sovereignty, Modernity Projects and Alternatives. Global Extractivisms and Alternatives Initiative (EXALT) Symposium 2020.” Deborah McGregor. University of Helsinki. Virtual. October 23rd, 2020 https://www.helsinki.fi/en/conferences/exalt-2020/exalt-events
“Indigenous Environmental Justice.” Deborah McGregor. School of Life Experience (SOLE). Virtual. October 26th, 2020.
“Indigenous Environmental Justice.” Deborah McGregor. Holy Name of Mary College School. Virtual. November 13, 2020.
“Indigenous Water Pedagogies. Protecting Our Water: Water-Based Learning and Indigenous Perspectives Module.” Deborah McGregor. Professional Development Teacher Training. Ecosource and York University. Virtual. November 25th, 2020.
“Listening to the Land: Spiritual Ecology.” Deborah McGregor. Holy Name of Mary College School. (2X). Virtual. November 26, 2020.