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Events

2019 Dean's Lecture

Inuk throat singer, artist and bestselling author Tanya Tagaq will visit Ontario Tech University as part of this year’s Faculty of Social Science and Humanities Dean’s Lecture.


Chosen Paths: Indigenous Maya Health and Youth in Guatemala

Horizons of Friendship and the Faculty of Social Science and Humanities invite you to a free public panel discussion that will bring together Indigenous Maya K’iche’ champions for women, children and adolescent health in Guatemala’s western highlands.


Combating Labour Trafficking conference

Ontario Tech University's second-annual human trafficking conference will focus on labour trafficking. Practitioners, researchers and non-governmental organization staff members are welcome to attend.


Holiday benefit concert

In partnership with Ontario Tech University's Faculty of Social Science and Humanities, Durham Outlook for the Needy will host a holiday benefit concert on Thursday, November 28. The concert will feature musical numbers by O'Neill C.V.I. Performing Arts students. Proceeds from the evening will go toward the Durham Outlook for the Needy building fund. 


Indian Horse film screening

The President's Indigenous Reconciliation Task Force will host a screening of the film Indian Horse at the university's Regent Theatre. A survivor talk by Elder Tony Bomberry will follow.