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Wilfrid Laurier University Safety, Health, Environment & Risk Management
April 18, 2014
 
 
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Aboriginal Use of Traditional Medicines Policy



Four sacred medicines (tobacco, sweet grass, sage and cedar) are traditionally used in Aboriginal medicines as a part of Aboriginal culture and heritage.The purpose of this policy is to ensure that the use of such medicines is done in the safest possible manner.

To view the Aboriginal Use of Traditional Medicines Policy Click Here.

Please Note: Prior to smudging taking place, smoke detectors or other fire protection devices may need to be disabled. There may be costs associated with disabling these devices by Physical Resources.

To view the Ongoing Permit Click Here

To view the Event Permit Click Here

Related Information Title Type
2013 Aboriginal Use of Traditional Medicines EVENT PERMIT June 2013 Document
2013 Aboriginal Use of Traditional Medicines ONGOING PERMIT June 2013 Document
2003 Aboriginal Use of Traditional Medicines Document