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The conference also includes a range of film showings, photo exhibits, performances, and artwork.
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Social events at the conference include an opening reception (May 27), a poster session (May 28), and a conference dinner on the Halifax waterfront (May 29) featuring Mi’kmaq dance and drums, bagpiping, and hands-on interactive booths.
Monday, May 28, 2018 9am-10am: Plenary: Celebrating Communities Featuring Four Nova Scotian Communities: Bear River First Nation (Presented by Sherry Pictou), Sheet Harbour (presented by Sandra Moser), Eskasoni First Nation (presented by Stan Johnson), and Spryfield (Halifax) (presented by Bruce Holland) – an International Conference May 28, 2018 at pm Saint Mary’s University Mc Nally Auditorium Halifax, Nova Scotia This event will explore how Indigenous communities across Canada are facing and responding to environmental and livelihood sustainability challenges, through a range of different approaches, drawing on Indigenous perspectives on the environment and natural resource stewardship.