How is the University of Waterloo, including the Waterloo Aboriginal Education Centre, addressing the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 Calls to Action? 

This website is a hub for projects and initiatives by members of the University and partners that respond to the Calls to Action for reconciliation amongst Indigenous peoples and all Canadians. 

Truth and Reconciliation Commission | TRC Calls to Action (PDF)

Watch the Integrating Knowledges video:

  1. Jan. 29, 2018NIIPA Artists' RoundtableImage of (clockwise from top left) Murray McKenzie, Native Studies, 1984...

    Check out Artists Roundtable Discussion with some of the founding members of the Native Indian/Inuit Photographers’ Association (NIIPA): Rick Hill, Yvonne Maracle, Brenda Mitten, and Greg Staats

    When: Thursday, February 8, 6 – 8 pm

  2. Jan. 29, 2018Movie Night! (Monday Feb 12 @7pm)Anishinaabe comedian and activist Ryan McMahon with a microphone

    Come watch a movie!

    When: Thursday, February 12th, 7pm

    Where: 190 Westmount Raod, Room 228 at St. Paul's University College, North Waterloo

  3. Jan. 19, 2018Bridging Communities through Song on March 3, 2018Waterloo Police choir singing with native singers Mino Ode Kwewak N'gamowak

    The 5th Annual Bridging Communities through Song concert with Mino Ode Kwewak N'gamowak and Waterloo Regional Police Male Chorus will take place Saturday, March 3, 2018 at 7 pm at St. Jacobs Country Playhouse, Waterloo. This event represents a singing partnership working towards reconciliation. There is a also a special guest: Singer and Songwriter Glenn Marais. 

    Tickets: $15 in advance or $20 at the door

    For tickets, contact chorus.emailmanager@wrps.ca or minoodekwewak@wixsite.com

    WHEN: March 3, 2018 at 7pm

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The Waterloo Aboriginal Education Centre acknowledges that we are on the traditional territory of ‎ the Neutral, Anishnawbe and Haudenosaunee peoples. The University of Waterloo is situated on the Haldimand Tract, the land promised to the Six Nations that includes six miles on each side of the Grand River.