By David Klassen
Justice Murray Sinclair will deliver lectures this weekend on the political objectives of the residential schools and the legal implications of land and resource development issues.
Sinclair will hold a two-day workshop at the University of Winnipeg entitled, “Canada’s Indian Residential Schools: What Were They Thinking?”
The U of W alumnus will speak today and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in Studio 1L10 and 1L08 (overflow) at 515 Portage Avenue.
Sinclair’s presentation concludes the successful three-part Spring Institute on Indigenous Property, Development and Extraction in Canada and Latin America.