Join UFV’s Continuing Education and Esposito Family Centre for Innovation & Entrepreneurship for the first online panel session in a three-part series titled Towards Collaborative Governance and Shared Innovation.
In this session titled Fostering Connections That Last: Conversations in Civic and Indigenous Relationship Building, panelists from local First Nations and municipal leaders will come together online to share their perspective on the roots and evolution of municipal relationship with Indigenous governments. From conversations about the root of current relationships, to historical and present-day barriers, and emerging opportunities, this event will explore the past, the present, and the future of Indigenous and local government relationships.
- Heidi Martin, Development Coordinator with Aquilini Indigenous Developments and Adjunct Professor at UBC’s Sauder School of Business
- Ken Christian, former Mayor of Kamloops
- Jason Campbell, Executive Director Seabird Island Band
- Chris Gruenwald, Director of Forestry for the City of Mission
Moderated by Dr. Keith Carlson, Director of UFV’s Peace and Reconciliation Centre
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