ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
The Queens Conference on Indigenous Reconciliation was inspired by Andrée Cazabon's documentary Reconciliation on Bay Street.
The conference focuses on economic Reconciliation and building positive relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in business and in law. Whether you are a newcomer to these conversations, or you are already comfortable in this space, we believe you have something to offer and something to gain from this conference.
The 2022 Queen’s Conference on Indigenous Reconciliation (QCIR) is a platform for Indigenous and non-Indigenous students to network and foster relationships with Indigenous professionals. This year’s conference focuses on raising Indigenous voices in entrepreneurial and legal spaces. Students across all Queen’s University faculties are invited to join us at QCIR 2022, free of cost, to listen, learn and share in the ongoing process of reconciliation. QCIR encourages delegates to take what they learn from the conference and bring this knowledge into their future pursuits.
QCIR 2022 will be a two-day, online conference wherein delegates will have the opportunity to attend keynote speaker events, law and business panels, workshops, and a networking event. For the first time, QCIR also invites delegates to view our gallery exhibition “Creativity, Indigeneity, and the Entrepreneur” and attend a gallery artist panel event.
More information coming soon…