These talks on Indigenous knowledges are an opportunity for all to learn from Elders and Knowledge Keepers. Fireside Chats take place bi-weekly during the academic year and are open to all.
Tea with Auntie
An opportunity for students and staff can learn about culture, ceremony, identity, and language in a safe space. These monthly sessions are open to all.
Full Moon Ceremony
A time to honour ourselves as women and gender diverse people and our relationship with Grandmother Moon. This monthly ceremony is for girls, women, folks who identify as women and girls, gender diverse people and people who are on their Moon Time.
Zongiigabowin Men’s Group
A weekly online gathering of Indigenous men coming together to explore their strengths and place in the university and society. The group is open to those who are Indigenous (First Nations, Métis, and Inuit) and identify as male, including those who are Two-Spirit.
Annual Traditional Graduation Pow Wow
A celebration of culture and achievement, the graduation pow wow at UM is a way for UM staff, students and faculty to connect with the next generation of Indigenous leaders.