Truth & Reconciliation Questions:
Why is this report significant, important for Canadians? For First Nations?
What are the major findings/recommendations that I use in my work, in my practice?
What are potential impacts on government policy as a result of this report? For First Nations? For Canadians?
Learn how to connect the report to your work, and your community:
What are the current issues identified in the report and how can I use this to effect positive change in my work? In my family? In my community?
How can I use this report to secure the programs and services our community needs?
Who Should Come?
Community members - everyone welcome!
Elders, Anishinabemowin language speakers;
First Nation and non-First Nation Youth - leaders of today and tomorrow!
Secondary School and Post-Secondary students
• Joan Riggs, is a founding partner of Catalyst Research & Communications and teaches for Ryerson University and First Nations Technical Institutes.
• Gloria Oshkabewisens-McGregor, Mukwa Dodem, Anishinabek Nation. Gloria is one of KTEI’s Anishinabek Traditional Knowledge Holders.
What to bring?
Please remember we are an eco-school, so don’t forget your feast bags.
FREE. OPEN TO ALL.
Date: Friday, October 23, 2015
Time: 12 pm - 4 pm
Location: KTEI - 374 Hwy 551, M'Chigeeng First Nation,
Manitoulin Island, ON
For more information call us at 705-377-4342
374 Highway 551
P.O. Box 328
M’Chigeeng, ON P0P 1G0
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