Presented by:

  • Kurtis Boyer, Assistant Professor, Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy
  • Danette Starblanket, Faculty Lecturer, Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy

Moderated by:  Merelda Fiddler-Potter, Faculty Lecturer and Executive-in-Residence, Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy

Many aspects of Indigenous nation-building in Canada remain underexplored, despite the significant political and policy implications. But change is happening from within. This panel will consider how Indigenous communities are identifying what is important and what is relevant to them, so they can make these critical changes.

This talk is part of the IRPP’s 50th-anniversary event series, What should be on Canada’s policy radar?  Held throughout the spring and fall of 2022, these panel discussions will help us to identify the challenges that our decision-makers will face in the coming years, and examine ways in which Canada can promptly address these issues.  For more information on the series, please click here:

Registration coming soon!

Event Details

12:00 PM - 01:30 PM CST
This event is taking place on Zoom and in Room CB 308.


Karen Jaster-Laforge

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