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Birch Bark Canoes and the History of Indigenous Entrepreneurship

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Date: Monday July 14, 2020

Time: 2:00pm ET – 3:00 pm ET

For More information or to Register: http://https://events.blackthorn.io/en-US/46qc7f6/g/vr2Hzam8S1/birch-bark-canoes-and-the-history-of-indigenous-entrepreneurship-4a324pjbdP/overview

The Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University aims to create a welcoming space and an inclusive environment that promotes sharing of stories and learning through art, between Indigenous and non-Indigenous students in Canada and globally.

This conversation between Todd Labrador and Dr. Michael Carter will celebrate the rich history of pioneering Indigenous entrepreneurs in Canada. Through a story of birch bark canoes we hope to honour the role that Indigenous entrepreneurs have played in shaping Canada’s economic history.



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