Group Chat 3
May 27, 2016

263 Adelaide St. West
Unit 310
Toronto, Ontario

$2 Cans of Beer


Amrit Phull
We live in an era defined by how successfully Canadians will address our commitment to Reconciliation between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous people. In addition to reversing the cultural genocide that has plagued generations of Indigenous communities, there is an urgent need to address extreme economic inequality.

How can a renewed practice of place-making reduce the cultural polarization that exists in the majority of Canadian communities? How might Indigenous place-making in our communities become a norm for defining our public spaces of learning, governance and culture and through this process kick-start Indigenous industries, technologies and employment?




Department of Unusual Certainties
Commenting on lessons learned in the realm of public engagement.