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University of Toronto Faculty of Law

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Toronto, ON M5S 2C5

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A Meeting Place for All Our Relations:
Time & Law’s New Home on Old Land

The Faculty of Law at the University of Toronto is fortunate to receive a painting by renowned Woodlands Artist Jay Bell Redbird. This painting will hang in the new Jackman Law Building in recognition of the land the building occupies and the fact Tkaronto was, and continues to be, a place where Indigenous people from across Turtle Island come to connect, grow, share ideas and give back to our communities.

On Thursday, June 29 we will unveil the painting and hear from the Artist about his process and what the piece means to him. Traditional Teacher Lee Maracle will speak about the importance of place and time, and why we recognize territory. We will enjoy traditional Indigenous refreshments, reconnect with old friends and make new ones.

All are welcome, please join us!

We are grateful to the Faculty of Law and the Jackman Humanities Institute for their support of this work.

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