“Walking Together: Indigenous ADR in Land and Resource Disputes” A Chat with Don Couturier (Law ’19)

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Want to learn more about Indigenous Alternative Dispute Resolution?  Find out more from Jane Glassco Northern Fellow & this year’s ADR James L. Thistle Q.C. Law Student Essay Contest winner, Don Couturier, a student in the Queen’s University Faculty of Law.  Mr. Couturier discusses ADR, his paper, his studies, and his goals in this installment of Campus Beat.

Kingstonian S1E8: Peter Milliken – “Mr. Speaker”

Recorded during the heat of the last U.S. Presidential campaign, we talk with the longest-serving Speaker of the Canadian House of Commons about the differences in the institutions of government.  We also spent time reviewing the work done by our two Chambers.

Kingstonian S1E7: Susan Zambonin – CEO of Habitat for Humanity Kingston Limestone Region

Recorded early last year, just a few months after Susan arrived in Kingston to take up her post.  Susan takes us through the “411” on the organization, as well as their plans for the construction of new homes (some of which have already been built).

Play-Based Learning as a Spectrum with Kristy Timmons

In this episode Kristy Timmons stopped by to talk about how she keeps busy in Kingston, play-based learning, self-regulation strategies, and the importance of small and large group activities in early childhood education. Music: JazzyFrench & CreativeMinds – Bensound.com

Kingstonian S1E6: Daniel Woolf – From Arts ’80 to Principal & Vice-Chancellor of Queen’s University

This episode features a conversation with the Principal of Queen’s University recorded at the beginning of 2017.  We trace his journey as an undergrad thru his appointment as head of the University’s Administration.  If you’ve ever wondered what the job entails, this is segment to listen to.

Mohawk Language & Culture: A New Certificate Program at Queen’s

June 27th-Kanonhysonne (Janice Hill), Director of Indigenous Initiatives at Queen’s University joins us again in studio.  We discuss the new partnership between Queen’s University and Tsi Tyónnheht Onkwawén:na Language and Culture Centre to deliver a Mohawk Language and Culture certificate program in Tyendinega Mohawk Territory.  Students who complete the program can later apply their credits toward a degree at Queen’s.