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Lecture on missing and murdered Aboriginal women

Public Service Announcement Release Date: October 22, 2015 2:20 p.m.

The public is invited to a lecture presented by UR Indigenization regarding missing and murdered Aboriginal women entitled: “Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women and Girls: revealing the numbers game”.

The lecture takes place:

Date:
        October 28, 2015
Time:         7:00 p.m.
Location:  RIC Auditorium (RIC 119) – University of Regina

Senator Lillian Eva Quan Dyck is a member of the George Gordon First Nation in Saskatchewan, and a first generation Chinese Canadian. Dr. Dyck is a role model in Canada’s scientific community. She retired from the University of Saskatchewan, where she was a Full Professor in the Neuropsychiatry Research Unit, Department of Psychiatry and served as Associate Dean at the College of Graduate Studies & Research.  

Dr. Dyck sits on the Senate and is Deputy Chair of the Senate Standing Committee on Aboriginal Peoples. Senator Lillian Dyck is well-known as an advocate for women and Aboriginal people.  She has shown great determination in ensuring that others members of Senate take a serious look at the issues of missing and murdered Aboriginal girls and women in Canada. 

 

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