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  • Elder Cat Criger takes in the scene at the 2011 New Years’ Feast after giving an opening prayer.
  • Student Justin Basinger and Aboriginal Law Program Coordinator Lisa Del Col at the U of T's 2012 Gordon Cressy Student Leadership Awards. Justin's Cressy Award for his commitment to the University, including his work on Aboriginal initiatives.
  • The U of T 2012 Kawaskimhon Moot teams taking a break from the proceedings at the Wanuskewin Heritage Park in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
  • Amanda Carling, class of 2012, holds a replica Wampum belt with Stephen Augustine, Curator at the Museum of Civilization, at the third annual Justice Conference for Aboriginal Youth.
  • Students from the Aboriginal Law Students’ Association pose with Phil Fontaine, former National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations, following his speech at the Fourth Annual Justice Conference for Aboriginal Youth.
  • JD Grads Akosua Matthews, Clifford Anderson and Promise Holmes-Skinner (l-r) take in the festivities of the First Nations House graduation ceremony in June 2013.
  • Cat Criger, elder, joins Dean Moran, Phil Fontaine, and the Honorable Frank Iacobucci following Criger’s opening smudge at the Faculty of Law’s Indian Residential Schools Conference in January 2013
  • JD Student Brent Hill walks with his twin boys on Philosopher’s Walk at a promotional photo shoot for the Faculty of Law
  • The youth participants form the inaugural Aboriginal Youth Summer Program pose for a group shot at Old City Hall courthouse after visiting Gladue court.
  • The Morning Butterfly Singers from the Native Women’s Resource Centre perform at the 2011 Fall Feast.
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