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Pembina Hall, Gathering Place
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Gathering Place, inside Pembina Hall, is a student space for the School of Native Studies at the University of Alberta North Campus. Pembina Hall (1914) is a historic University of Alberta building, as it was one of the University's first three buildings.

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