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Research Guides

Entrepreneurship Research Workshops

This guide outlines the suite of entrepreneurship research workshops provided by the library, including Co-Curricular Record and other workshops. Workshops are open to all students, faculty and staff at the university.

Workshops for Indigenous Entrepreneurs

UTL offers a range of workshops for Indigenous startups and business owners of all sizes. We are thankful for our partnership with First Nations House in developing this series.

Is Reconciliation Dead? Ethical and Respectful Engagement with Indigenous Communities

This event is part of The BRIDGE Indigenous Enterprises and Social Finance workshop series.

Wednesday March 10, 2021

10am - Noon (Zoom)

Facilitators:

  • Kelly Crawford, Anishinaabe-kwe from M'Chigeeng First Nation on Mnidoo Munising, Assistant Director, Indigenous Initiatives | University of Toronto Scarborough
  • Helen Bobiwash, Anishinaabe-kwe, Independent Accountant, FCPA,FCMA, CAFM

Some Indigenous youth are claiming Reconciliation is dead, after conflict with the RCMP and the Canadian state. Join us for this interactive session as we explore the answers to the following: 

  • How do we put Truth before Reconciliation? 
  • What does it mean to live and work on Indigenous land?  
  • What actions can you take in your work and life to build respectful relationships?  
  • How do I engaging in business with Indigenous communities ethically and respectfully?