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By Dale Johnson Posted: May 31, 2018 3:00 p.m.

Larry Rousseau, Canadian Labour Congress Executive Vice-President, speaks on June 1 in the Education Building, room 193, from 10:45 a.m. – Noon
Larry Rousseau, Canadian Labour Congress Executive Vice-President, speaks on June 1 in the Education Building, room 193, from 10:45 a.m. – Noon Photo courtesy of Canadian Labour Congress

Learning about Indigenous spaces and the fight for equity in Canada’s labour movement are just two of the topics as Canada’s largest gathering of the country’s brightest researchers, thinkers, and policy-makers wraps up Friday at the University of Regina.

Friday’s free public event highlights include:

●    Data curation for re-use: Moving beyond “Open” data:  Research data for scientific re-use are special. Curating data for re-use is generally time- and labor-intensive, requiring an approach similar to that used by a museum curator caring for artifacts to clean, preserve, and document it for learners of today and in the future. This fast-paced session will describe the unique challenges of open research data for re-use, provide a non-technical explanation of research methods metadata, review a data curation infrastructure system, outline respondent confidentiality issues, and provide data curation professional training resources.

June 1, Education Building – ED 228, 8:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

●    Indigenous space tours: Public spaces — architecture, art, sound, and people — can convey various messages about any society. Physical spaces in Canada, a country that might be characterized as settler colonial, can reinforce colonialism or express decolonialism and Indigenous peoples’ rights and resistance. This tour will explore these concepts through the University of Regina campus. This tour is offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Space is limited to 15 people.

June 1, Riddell Centre – University Theatre, room 170,  10:00 – 11:30 a.m.

●    Reflections on the Fight for Equity in Canada’s Labour Movement:  Larry Rousseau was elected as Canadian Labour Congress (CLC) Executive Vice-President at the CLC’s Constitutional Convention in May 2017. Larry has a long history of trade union and political activism, particularly on issues like labour relations, health and safety, human rights, and equity. His involvement in the LGBTQ2SI, anti-racism and peace movements has been an integral part of his engagement and commitment to social justice.

June 1, Education Building – ED 193, 10:45 a.m. – Noon  

Congress 2018, hosted by the University of Regina, welcomes more than 5,150 academics with the social sciences and humanities. The “Gathering diversities” theme of the Queen City’s largest-ever conference, celebrates the history of Regina as a traditional place of gathering and rich buffalo hunting grounds for numerous Plains cultures and explores education as a new buffalo.

These are just a few of the free public events taking place during Congress 2018. For more, visit the Congress 2018 website. More information about the Federation and Congress 2018 is available online at: Congress2018.ca, Twitter, and Facebook.