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The GCxGC Symposium is just over a week away! Our team is madly putting together final details for the conference and getting things ready. Have a look around the website to check out our final program and book of abstracts

If for some reason you have not yet registered and still wish to attend, registration is still available at our last-minute rate.

Looking forward to seeing the GCxGC community in person in just a few days

James Harynuk
Chair, GC×GC-20

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The Symposium will be held in a beautiful place that is on the traditional territory of Indigenous People who have lived and traveled through these mountains for thousands and thousands of years. In particular, we acknowledge the Shuswap and K’tunaxs (too nah ha), first nations to the west, as well as the Treaty 7 first nations: the Blackfoot, the Kainai (pronounced “gainai”), the Piikani (pronounced Biigani) and the Siksika first nations, the T’suuTina First Nation, the Stoney Nakoda First Nation: the Wesley, Bearspaw and Chiniki bands, as well as the Métis People of Region 3.

To learn more about the significance of this land acknowledgement, please read this useful article and associated links to more information.

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