See below for a list of Indigenous events hosted by Mount Royal University and local communities.

Campus Events

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Journey to Indigenization: Truth, Reconciliation & Decolonization.

Sept. 22 to Oct. 4 Various locations on campus and online

The 2021/22 academic year marks the inaugural year of commemorating and honouring the signing of Treaty 7, National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, Orange Shirt Day and Sisters in Spirit Day as a series of institutional activities over two weeks.

The series of on-campus activities from September 22 to October 4 will be hosted every year moving forward and known as the Journey to Indigenization. The focus for 2021/22 will be Truth, Reconciliation and Decolonization.

These events are educational activities for Indigenous and non-Indigenous students, faculty and staff. They are meant to educate people about the truth, based on myths perpetuated by colonial education and systems, and start or continue their decolonization journey.

Community Events


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No upcoming events scheduled at this time.




From Project Go Ahead to Elder in Residence

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Roy Bear Chief will chronical his time as Elder in Residence at Mount Royal University.
Click here to read his latest blog post.