Would you like to increase your understanding of what it means when we do "treaty acknowledgement"? or gain a better sense of what it means when you hear the phrase, "we are all treaty people"? This opportunity is for you. Consider yourself invited to this free public conversation called:

TREATY TALK
January 17, 2019
Portage College Gym, 5205-50 Avenue, St. Paul Alberta
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm


Dr. Diana Steinhauer will present what is often considered complex information in a simple and straightforward manner. This event is offered to help people understand Treaty Six from the Cree perspective. The audience will leave with a better understanding of why we do "treaty acknowledgement" and how treaties affect all of us today. Attendees can ask questions. Snacks and drinks will be provided. Dr. Steinhauer is an accomplished educator and facilitator; the St. Paul Community Learning Association is honoured to work with the Reconciliation St. Paul Committee to host this educational event that is usually part of professional development for government and business organizations.

Test your knowledge of Treaties in Canada by participating in a quiz which is optional. Prizes will be awarded but not necessarily based on scores.
“Reconciliation St. Paul” is a local group that aims to bring Indigenous and non-Indigenous people together in a mutually respectful space to create a deeper understanding of the issues that impact our communities.

St. Paul Community Learning Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to adult learning.
Call Tanya, at 780-614-6346 for more information.

 

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