Curve Lake First Nation

“It’s Our Time to Have a Voice”: Curve Lake Stories told at ReFrame Film Festival
On January 27th, ReFrame Film Festival held Wshkiigmong Dibaajmownan/Curve Lake Storytellers — an event which featured screenings of six short films produced as part of a project in Market Hall.
Drew Hayden Taylor: The Arthur Interview
Arthur editor Evan Robins caught up with author Drew Hayden Taylor following last week's launch of his new novel, COLD, to chat about writing, the honorary doctorate he received from Trent University, and how it feels to be a rockstar of contemporary literature—at least in his own way.
A Half Empty Residence, a Tuition Hike, and a Message from Curve Lake: June's Board of Governors Meeting
Brazil Gaffney-Knox outlines the events of the Board of Governors meeting on June 25th, the final meeting of the academic year. Motions were passed, speeches made, (some) discussions ensued. TL;DR Curve Lake First Nation Chief, Emily Whetung commended Trent for its commitment to Indigenous peoples and positive relationship with Curve Lake, applications to Durham’s new residence are sparse and Leo’s “realistic hope” is that they’ll have half the promised capacity when school starts, BoG makes the “political” decision to increase to out-of-province tuition by 3%.
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