Talk Brain: Indigenous Culture and Connection to the Land


Talk Brain: Indigenous Culture and Connection to the Land

Date(s) - Thursday, June 21
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Canadian Museum of Nature


The special free series, TALK BRAIN, kicks off at the Canadian Museum of Nature on June 21:

Indigenous Culture and Connection to the Land
June 21, 7 PM 

On National Indigenous Peoples Day, explore the connection between Indigenous culture and the land, and the impact on health and wellness.

Speaker: Carol Hopkins, O.C., MSW, Thunderbird Partnership Foundation

Carol Hopkins has spent more than 20 years in the field of First Nations addictions and mental health. She is a member of the Delaware First Nation of southwestern Ontario and a recent inductee to the Order of Canada.  

Moderated by Globe and Mail health writer André Picard.

This series is presented in partnership with the Ontario Brain Institute and is geared towards adults.

Reservations required.

Arrive early and ignite your neurons at our summer exhibition, Brain: The Inside Story. (Special exhibition fee applies).

Canadian Museum of Nature
240 McLeod St. Ottawa


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