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Inclusion and Diversity: A Reflection on Canada’s 150th and the Promise of the Future

Posted in Politics & Society, Alumni
Oct 3, 2017

Left to right: Hon. Raynell Andreychuk, Maria Campbell, Hon. Palbinder Kaur Shergill

The McKercher Lecture series at the College of Law presents the Saskatchewan Law Review Lecture:
Inclusion and Diversity: A Reflection on Canada’s 150th and the Promise of the Future

Featuring three guest speakers:
The Hon. Raynell Andreychuk (BA'66, LLB'67), senator and former Saskatchewan lawyer and judge
Maria Campbell, celebrated Métis author, playwright, and broadcaster
The Hon. Palbinder Kaur Shergill, the first turbaned Supreme Court Judge in Canada

When: Tuesday, Oct. 3 at 7 pm
Where: MLT AIKINS Lecture Theatre, College of Law, 15 Campus Drive

This lecture is free and open to everyone.

 

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