Anishinaabe Inaakonigewin: Indigenous Governance, Laws and Lifeways

When and Where

Monday, April 08, 2019 4:30 pm to 8:00 pm
Toronto City Hall (Council Chamber)
100 Queen St. West


Anishinaabe Inaakonigewin: Indigenous Governance, Laws and Lifeways is a public event co-hosted by the Centre for Community Parternships and the City of Toronto. This event will examine the following question: How might Indigenous governance systems contribute to changing our relationships with each other and to the land and waters?

Attend this event to listen and learn from knowledge keepers in Indigenous Law and knowledge systems in conversation on Indigenous governance and our shared responsibility to care for the land and waters.

Moderated by CDTPS's Jill Carter, scholar, artist and researcher with First Story Toronto. Featuring, in conversation:

  • Lee Maracle, Traditional Teacher, Writer and Poet
  • Sylvia Plain, Founder of Great Lakes Canoe Journey Project
  • Valarie Waboose, Indigenous legal scholar, Assistant Professor, Windsor Law School
  • Dawnis Kennedy, Indigenous legal scholar

For more event information and registration, visit  and the facebook event page.


100 Queen St. West