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Historical Overview Testimony

The evidentiary hearings started with testimony setting the historical context. The Inquiry heard testimony from Prof. Darlene Johnson and Joan Holmes who presented a number of exhibits.

Professor Johnson testified on July 13, 14, and 15, 2004.

Connecting People to Place: Great Lakes Aboriginal History in Cultural Context
Darlene Johnston, Professor of Law, University of Toronto  (1,819k / 33 pages)
Connecting People to Place: Aboriginal History in Cultural Context
Prof. Darlene Johnston, PowerPoint Presentation  (3,214k / 45 pages)
CV of Professor Darlene Johnston  (229k / 7 pages)

Joan Holmes testified on August 17, 18, and 19, and on September 8, 2004.

Ipperwash: General Historical Background Joan Holmes & Associates, Inc.  (1660k / 26 pages)
Expert Report  Joan Holmes & Associates, Inc.  (831k / 86 pages)
Joan Holmes CV  (112k / 6 pages)



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