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Cultural Awareness Training

City of Kenora

November 2019

In partnership with an Anishinaabe elder and protocol advisor, this project entailed designing and delivering a cultural awareness workshop to administrative and political representatives of the City of Kenora on protocols for engaging with Indigenous communities in the area.

A woven straw basket sits on a plaid blanket on the floor. Feathers, sticks with ribbon tied around them, colourful cloth and loose ribbon sit inside the bowl.

Related Projects

An old black and white film photograph that has been tinted slightly purple. Two Caucasian priests wearing glasses crouch down beside an Indigenous mother and her baby that is laying in a cloth swing. The swing is strung up between two trees outdoors. Two young Indigenous boys stand near also looking at the baby. A clothes line and tent can be seen in the background.

Kaatagoging: Residential School Survivors Initiative

Wauzhushk Onigum Nation

July 2021 – Current

Lands Manager Toolkit & Training Program

Grand Council Treaty #3

March 2021 – Current

An Indigenous man's arm and hand extend from the left side of the image. An Indigenous youth wearing a yellow t-shirt, denim long sleeved over shirt, a pink bracelet and a blue bracelet is placing their hand in the palm of the other man's.

Anti-Oppression and Reconciliation Strategy

Main Street Project

April 2021 – September 2021