Wednesday, May 6, 2020 at 6 p.m.
Postponed – Montreal, Metropolis and indigenous: reality or utopia?
The McCord Museum is closely monitoring current events and developments related to the coronavirus (COVID-19).
As a preventive measure for their employees and visitors and following the March 14 announcement by the Premier of Quebec, François Legault, during which he declared a state of health emergency, the McCord Museum announces its temporary closure as of Sunday, March 15.
Montreal modified its coat of arms and flag in 2017 to include the council circle and the white pine, symbolizing the ancestral presence of Indigenous peoples on the land. How can we continue this process of recognition and reconciliation beyond the symbolic?
Is it utopian to imagine the recognition and integration of an Indigenous perspective in urban development projects and Montreal’s city plan?
- Me Marie-Ève L. Bordeleau, Commissioner of Indigenous Relations, City of Montreal
- Philippe Tsaronséré Meilleur, Executive Director, Native Montreal
- Christian Gates St-Pierre, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, Université de Montréal
For an eighth year, the City Talks series offers a space for thought and discussion on contemporary issues that affect Montrealers: heritage, urban planning, metropolitan reality… Come share your viewpoint on our city.
Free activity, seating is limited.
Location: J.A. Bombardier Theatre, McCord Museum
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