Richmond Hill Speaker Series – Spring 2023

Marj Andre and Mary Kot are pleased to announce the Spring 2023 Richmond Hill Speaker Series. The series features 7 high calibre virtual talks featuring a wide-range of topics and speakers.

The entire series will be offered virtually so that you can enjoy these engaging and informative talks from the comfort of your own home and allows for a broad collection of presenters. Each talk runs from 10 am to 12 pm via Zoom.

Series Cost – $50 (+$2.88 handling and service fees) for all seven talks!

The series includes:

March 9th – Daniol Clair Coles: Sharing Indigenous Worldview: Reflections of Metis History and Experience

March 16th – Seth Klein: Mobilizing Canada for the Climate Emergency

March 23rd – Merilyn Simonds: The Many Astonishing Lives of Louise de Kiriline Lawrence

March 30th – Daniel Robert Laxer: Listening to the Fur Trade: A New History of it’s Sounds, Songs, and Ceremonies

April 6th – Deirdre McCorkindale: The Underground Railroad and Free Black Communities in Canada West

April 13th – Michael Arntfield: Cold Cases and Forensic Genealogy: The End of Whodunits?

April 20th – Lindsay Keegitah Borrows: How Indigenous Legal Traditions are Protecting the Environment for Canadians

For complete details on each program and tickets may be found at

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