Giizhiitaa - Indigenous Spirit Journey Celebration

Giizhiitaa. Indigenous Spirit Journey Celebration.

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On behalf of the Centre for Student Engagement at UTM, we invite you to attend the Giizhiitaa (Coming Full Circle) – Indigenous Spirit Journey Celebration in partnership with the Riverwood Conservancy, The Indigenous Network (formerly known as Peel Aboriginal Network) and the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board.

Join us for a multimedia showcase presented by UTM students and Peel youth celebrating their achievements within the Indigenous Spirit Journey program. The Indigenous Spirit Journey program is an experiential learning opportunity for university students and youth involving land-based activities founded on Indigenous philosophical and cultural teachings.

The event will also feature reflections by the program’s Elders and Knowledge Keepers. A light Indigenous lunch will be served.

Event Details:

  • Giizhiitaa (Coming Full Circle) - Indigenous Spirit Journey Celebration
  • Wednesday, June 12th 2019
  • 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
  • Grand Hall (New North Building), University of Toronto Mississauga. 3359 Mississauga Road, Mississauga ON. (Click here to view a map and directions)
  • Free parking provided in UTM lots P4 & P8 (click here to view a map)

Smudging will take place at 12:15 pm. A welcome ceremony featuring drumming, the multimedia showcase and light lunch will follow.


For all inquiries regarding the Giizhiitaa (Coming Full Circle) - Indigenous Spirit Journey Celebration, please contact:

Mariana Villada Rivera
Access and Outreach Programs Assistant, Centre for Student Engagement 
University of Toronto Mississauga, Davis Building Room 3125 (map)

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