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Saturday, June 24 • 8:00am - 9:45am
Panel: Beading the Many Trails of the Metis Homeland in the Canadian Northwest: Relationality, Identity, and Territoriality

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Chair: Nathalie Kermoal, University of Alberta

“Ghosting” the Metis Presence in Edmonton and Saint-Albert (Canada) in the XXth Century
Nathalie Kermoal, University of Alberta

The Visiting Way – A Metis Research Methodology
Janice Cindy Gaudet, University of Ottawa

Metis Territoriality: Displacement and Relocation of Metis Communities in the Twentieth Century
Chantal Roy

Living in a Fractured Land: Metis Pilgrimage as Sites of Continuation
Paul Gareau, University of Ottawa 


Speakers
PG

Paul Gareau

University of Ottawa
JC

Janice Cindy Gaudet

University of Ottawa
NK

Nathalie Kermoal

University of Alberta


Saturday June 24, 2017 8:00am - 9:45am
Buchanan D205

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