September 27, 2017
Monica Virtue is filmmaker, designer and researcher of Scottish descent from Woodstock, Ontario. Five generations of her family have vacationed at Ipperwash Beach. She began working on a documentary on the “Ipperwash Crisis” in 2002, and since then has developed a number of different ongoing projects that have grown out of the material. To subscribe to newsletter updates about her various projects, simply fill out the form below.
December 4, 2016
Why was the pipeline re-routed to Standing Rock?
(GIF – 2 MB)
Note: To download the GIF right-click on the above image to save the file.
Sources: Why was the pipeline re-routed to Standing Rock?
(Word doc – 167 KB)
Disclaimer: These materials have been approved for sharing by Northwest Media Allies, on behalf of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.
The Ipperwash Beach Walk – Master of Design, Digital Futures, OCAD University:
Thesis Document – 107 pages – Low resolution
(PDF – 4.5 MB)
Thesis Document – 107 pages – Print quality
(PDF – 111 MB)
Disclaimer: These materials have been created with the consent of the Chief & Council of the Chippewas of Kettle & Stony Point First Nation, in assistance with the Research Ethics Board for OCAD University.
The Ipperwash Recommendations:
- Federal Government
- Provincial Government
- Municipal Government
- First Nations in Ontario
- All 100 Ipperwash Recommendations
To view the full Report of the Ipperwash Inquiry please click here.