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April 20, 2014
 
 
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Date
October
Oct 16/13 Idle No More co-founder and Nobel Peace Prize winners among speakers at Peace and Justice conference at Laurier   News Release
Oct 8/13 Event at Laurier explores Aboriginal/non-Aboriginal treaties   News Release
Oct 8/13 An evening with Keith Barker   Headline
September
Sep 27/13 Laurier hosts High School Friendship Lacrosse Tournament   News Release
Sep 20/13 MSW Aboriginal Field of Study Alumni Participate in a Cultural Exchange, Reaffirming Strong Bonds and Cultural Connections   Headline
Sep 19/13 Waterloo Lutheran Seminary and Laurier’s Faculty of Music raise awareness of “stolen sisters”   News Release
Sep 19/13 Acclaimed author Richard Wagamese speaks at Laurier   Campus Update
Sep 3/13 Writing Contest: Laurier Common Reading Program 2013   Headline
August
Aug 14/13 Turning A Student Initiative Into A Full Time Job   Headline
July
Jul 19/13 Canada: Malnourishment of Aboriginal Children   Headline
Jul 5/13 Laurier Aboriginal community-based research project has far-reaching impact   Campus Update
June
Jun 22/13 Grand Opening of Mino-Kummik: CTV   Headline
Jun 22/13 National Aboriginal Day marked by Grand Opening of Community Garden   Headline
Jun 22/13 Brantford Celebrates National Aboriginal Day   Headline
Jun 21/13 Laurier celebrates opening of Aboriginal community garden   Campus Update
Jun 14/13 Laurier professor questions Aboriginal stereotypes in Trudeau-Brazeau boxing match   Headline
Jun 7/13 Laurier celebrates opening of Aboriginal Community Garden   News Release
May
May 28/13 Office of Aboriginal Initiatives Celebrates Laurier Student Bursary Recipients of the SUNDANCe Award   Notice
May 28/13 Laurier Student Leader, Elizabeth McLeod, Honoured as a Role Model for Healthy Living   Notice
May 27/13 PhD Student, Allan Downey, credits Laurier for encouraging him to use the history of lacrosse to help re-empower Indigenous communities   Headline
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