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Dr. Genner Llanes-Ortiz is Bishop’s University’s newest Canada Research Chair and specializes in Digital Indigeneities.   Dr. Llanes-Ortiz draws a lot from his experience as an Indigenous person in his research. Being from Mexico, he emphasizes that the most important part of his work at Bishop’s is creating conversations between Indigenous people in the South and...
June 21st marks National Indigenous Peoples Day here in Canada. To commemorate the important day, we are featuring Shawna Chatterton-Jerome (’21), and Cassey Perley, both of whom have already had, and continue to have, a lasting impact on the Bishop’s community and future generations of Indigenous students. Shawna Chatterton-Jerome (’21) It was only once she...
On Friday, February 2nd 2018, a group of 43 students and Faculty members from Bishop’s University attended a trip to the Abenaki Community of Odanak, located one hour and a half away from Sherbrooke. We have asked Mélissa Poirier, Indigenous Student Support and Community Liaison Officer at Bishop’s University, along with #Ubishops students, to share...

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