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Pathways to Reconciliation: Land Based Education, Learning, and Sharing

Pathways to Reconciliation: Land Based Education, Learning, and Sharing

This session will explore ways of connecting to all of Saskatchewan.

About this event

Guest speaker: Dr. Kevin wâsakâyâsiw Lewis

Our province is one of the most diverse provinces with the Canadian Shield in the north, the Athabasca Sand dunes, the Boreal forest, the plains, breath taking valleys and endless skies in the grasslands. Our rivers in these treaty territories are full of story and we will share a few stories from a Cree perspective of how some of these landscapes have been made. We will also share a few places and activities that are already currently addressing the Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action that will make a better future for all treaty people.

Hosted by the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association in partnership with the Office of the Treaty Commissioner.

Cost: $20 (+GST) or Free for SPRA Members.

Learn how to become an SPRA Member here.

About the Pathways to Reconciliation series

Pathways to Reconciliation is an ongoing series of accessible and inclusive opportunities dedicated to growing understanding and awareness of Indigenous culture and well being, and strengthening the relationships between Indigenous and Settler Canadians.

This series is our contribution to a broader conversation about Truth and Reconciliation in Canada, and is an opportunity for growth and discovery. We do not walk this path alone, nor do we know where it will lead us. We encourage you to join us.


Dec 15 2021


10:00 am - 11:00 am

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Dec 15 2021
  • Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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