Journey back in time to talk with a 19th century Métis settler about life on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River.
A Back Pocket Reconciliation Action Plan is a starting point for individuals to think about how to make reconciliation part of their lives. The initiative is part of Reconciliation Canada’s national engagement strategy to build a national narrative on reconciliation and catalyze action.
Use the following links to learn about opportunities to attend Indigenous events and powwows. If you’re unsure about who can attend, feel free to contact event organizers.
Office of the Treaty Commissioner’s Events Calendar
Saskatchewan Indigenous Cultural Centre for SK events & programming
IndigenousTourism.ca for national events
Support True North Aid, an organization helping northern communities across the country with practical humanitarian support.
“Our priority is to help ensure dignity and health for all and to establish hope and self-determination within these communities.”
Parks Canada and their Indigenous partners offer meaningful journeys to explore Indigenous roots in Canada, interacting with First Nation, Métis and Inuit cultures.
Increasing libraries are getting onboard with Reconciliation – offering up activities, reading spaces and books in their branches.
If you can’t make it in, many libraries have recommendations of reads to start (or continue) you on your Reconciliation Journey
Learn more about Reconciliation through the 6-week massive open online course Reconciliation Through Indigenous Education hosted by the University of British Columbia.
Through the course engage with Indigenous knowledge keepers, education leaders, and resources to enhance your understanding and knowledge of practices that advance reconciliation in the places where you live, learn, and work.