Education

How do we best play out our roles in a shifting mindset?

 
 
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Overview

Our workshops, ceremonies and custom programs use Indigenous cultures, histories and worldviews to create breakthrough experiences for all participants. The possibilities for allyship and collaboration become apparent, and participants leave with a deeper understanding of Treaty relationships and the roles we play in a post-reconciliation era.

Choose from the following workshops, ceremonies and custom-created awareness programs.

 
 
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Tools for Reconciliation

Our flagship live training program is an introduction to Indigenous worldviews, history, concepts and practical tools for all those who wish to better understand and commit to the renewal of the Treaty relationship and be part of reconciliation in Canada.

 
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Calling-in Ceremony

A Calling-In Ceremony is an authentic immersion into nehiyaw or Cree language, story and teachings. This introduction to Indigenous protocols, worldviews and history is an opportunity to experience an intimate Sit-in Circle, taking classroom theory to the field for a firsthand experience on the land.

 
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Lunch & Learns

Lunchbreak is a perfect opportunity to step outside of the everyday. Attendees of a Lunch & Learn will leave with a deeper understanding of Indigenous history in Canada, and the roles, benefits and responsibilities of Treaty relationship.

 
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Indigenous Awareness

Reconciliation discourse has begun a conversation, but where do we take it from there? Learn about Indigenous history, governance, culture, and modern relations in this convenient online Indigenous Awareness course.

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Interested in learning more about our education opportunities? Get in touch with us.

 
 
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