Did you know Indigenous children in Canada endured more than …

Did you know Indigenous children in Canada endured more than just Indian residential schools during the stolen children era?

Apooyak'ii/Dr. Tiffany Prete, Assistant professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Lethbridge
Thursday, April 18, 2024 12:00 PM
Lethbridge Senior Citizens Organization

Join us for an enlightening presentation by Apooyak’ii / Dr. Tiffany Hind Bull-Prete as she delves into crucial topics surrounding the Stolen Children Era. Discover the origins of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada and gain insight into why the Calls to Action are relevant to all of us. This lecture is a unique opportunity to deepen your understanding of these important issues. Speaker: Apooyak’ii/Dr. Tiffany Prete Apooyak’ii/Dr. Tiffany Prete (nee Hind Bull) is a member of the Kainai (Blood Tribe) of the Siksikasitapi (Blackfoot Confederacy), located in the Treaty 7 area.

Why Place Limits on Freedom of Expression?

Why Place Limits on Freedom of Expression?

Dr. Susan Dieleman, Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Lethbridge
Thursday, April 25, 2024 12:00 PM
Lethbridge Senior Citizens Organization

In the opinion of the Supreme Court of Canada, the purpose of protecting freedom of expression is to enable “the pursuit of truth, participation in the community, and individual self-fulfillment and human flourishing.” However, expressive freedoms can be and have been subject to limits. Where these limits should be located, and for what purposes, is a matter of near constant debate. The speaker will provide an overview of existing arguments for and against limiting freedom of expression.