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Friday, June 9 • 9:00am - 12:00pm
WORKSHOP 9 | Pathways to Indigenous Food Sovereignty and The Role of Public Markets in Advancing Reconciliation

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Workshop Location: The Bickford Centre, 777 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6G 1L6

Ojibiikaan Indigenous Cultural Network is an Indigenous-led nonprofit offering land, food and culture-based programming in Toronto and the surrounding region, in partnership with NishDish Marketeria, Earth Haven Farm, and other indigenous-led initiatives will welcome everyone to the BrickFord Centre, a Toronto District School Board building and Urban Indigenous Education Centre, to tell stories of celebration and reclamation and share projects they are leading to advance indigenous food sovereignty. During this workshop, participants will learn about traditional teachings, food, plants and medicine through storytelling, art created by Red Urban Nation Arts Collective, an urban healing garden and tasting indigenous foods.

Looking for lunch after your workshop? Participants can purchase an economically priced lunch - Bloor and Christie is a great food neighborhood rich in immigrant culture. 
Recommendations include: Vit Bao, Lalibela, Banjara Indian Cuisine, Gus Tacos, Maria Latin Cafe & Groceries, Buk Chang Dong Soon Tofu, Tofu Village, & Jin Dal Lae Korean Restaurant. 
Or, order take out at these locations and enjoy the sun at Christie Pits Park: Chungchun Rice Dog, Rustle & Still Café, & Ambassador Pizza Co. 

Friday June 9, 2023 9:00am - 12:00pm EDT
The Bickord Centre