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Teachings with Joe Pitawanakwat


What are the species that surround us? What names do they carry? And, what do these names tell us about the long-standing ecological traditions of Anishinaabek peoples across Turtle Island? Join Joseph Pitawanakwat on a journey through Anishinaabek Mishkiki Aadiziwin (Anishinaabek knowledge of plant medicines).

Grant Writing 101


This compact grant writing workshop will focus on: Tips and tricks for strengthening your grant applications, a deeper understanding of the granting process, and an overview of the grants we offer

Indigenous Youth Reconciliation Barometer 2.0 – Montréal (ENG) Sharing Circle

SHIFT at Concordia University Room LB-145, 1400 De Maisonneuve Blvd. W., Montreal, Quebec, Canada

We want to hear from you about how you envision your future by talking about culture, wellness, solidarity, reconciliation, education, and meaningful work. This research will help inform policy and program decisions at the local, provincial/territorial, and national levels. NOTE: There will be a French sharing circle event happening on the same day

Indigenous Disability Awareness Month Book Club Discussion


For Indigenous Disability Awareness Month we're reading "Care Work" by award-winning writer and long-time disability justice activist and performance artist Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha. Register to get a copy of the book & attend our discussion!

Drawing Hour with Toni Wuttunee


Join us for an introductory one-hour drawing session suitable for beginners! Guided by Toni Wuttunee, [...]