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Parkland in Toronto: from occupation to relationship

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From occupation to connection

We all yearn for a connection to the land. Our hearts crave a restored relationship with all of creation. Indigenous peoples and knowledge systems have ideas and practices to transform the nature of place.

Through this series, we have been exploring ways to re-indigenize Toronto. Currently our focus in on the parks and public realm.

In this session, Clara MacCallum Fraser and Christine Migwans join us for a dialogue on what it means to restore right relationship with the land in Toronto, and with each other--from both indigenous and non-indigenous perspectives.

Clara and Christine will offer some theoretical framing for our conversation, exploring how urban planning policy and practice could be informed by Indigenous consciousness and ways of knowing—and ultimately become a fulfillment of treaty.

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  • Jonathan L.

    Wow! What a powerful engagement if the critical issues of decolonizing our city, our society and ourselves.

    1 · December 1

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