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September 17, 2014
 
 
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WATERLOO CAMPUS: Susan Agulkark visits for World Suicide Prevention Day

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Office of Aboriginal Initiatives 2014 - 2015 Viewbook
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POSTING: Waterloo campus: Aboriginal Student Centre Leadership Team - Job Descriptions for 2014-2015 POSTING: Waterloo campus: Aboriginal Student Centre Leadership Team - Job Descriptions for 2014-2015
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Laurier Hosts Reconciliation Dialog and Discusses the Idea of Shared Healing Laurier Hosts Reconciliation Dialog and Discusses the Idea of Shared Healing
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Brown Bag Reading Group Brown Bag Reading Group
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Laurier's Office of Aboriginal Initiatives welcomes new professor to the Waterloo campus Laurier's Office of Aboriginal Initiatives welcomes new professor to the Waterloo campus
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BRANTFORD CAMPUS: Soup and Frybread
(Sep 18)
BRANTFORD CAMPUS: The Great Law Book Club
(Sep 18)
BRANTFORD CAMPUS: Tuesday Taco Teach-Ins
(Sep 23)
BRANTFORD CAMPUS: Knowledgeable KNITsters
(Sep 23)
BRANTFORD CAMPUS: Soapworks
(Sep 24)
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Dr. Gus Hill, Social Work- Waterloo Campus Gus Hill is an Anishnaabe Professor in the Aboriginal Field of Study in the Faculty of Social Work. Gus focuses on wellness-related research projects that are for, and by, indigenous people. Dr. Hill believes in research that places control, direction and ownership firmly in the hands of the knowledge-holders and indigenous communities. "Over the past four decades, more and more Aboriginal people have reclaimed their cultural identities. Traditional healing often serves as the beginning of their journeys into cultural re-education, as well as holistic wellness. Since there is a lack of understanding of traditional healing and Indigenous people in mainstream Canadian culture, I strongly value that I work at an institution where I can teach, as well as conduct culturally congruent research, toward better understanding traditional healing." says Gus Hill.

Dr. Gus Hill
Assistant Professor,
Social Work- Waterloo Campus