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Tuesday, October 17, 2017 from 11:30 AM to 4:00 PM CST
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Sandman Hotel, Suites & Spa 
1800 Victoria Ave E
Regina, SK

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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

 11:30 Celebration Luncheon

1-4 pm Guest Speaker and Workshop

Guest Speaker – Lyndon J. Linklater, Office of the Treaty Commissioner

‘Reconciliation - Canada and the Treaties with First Nations peoples’ 

Lyndon J Linklater was appointed to the OTC Speakers Bureau in 2000. Since that time, he has presented to over 30,000 people delivering awareness and understanding about Treaties and First Nation awareness to Saskatchewan people. He is a powerful story teller that utilizes First Nation teachings that involve knowledge of ceremonies and mixes humor to deliver a poignant message.

 Workshop: History and Healing

Canadian Roots Exchange Youth Reconciliation Initiative

The Canadian Roots Exchange Youth Reconciliation Initiative volunteer team will be facilitating the History and Healing reconciliation activity. This activity allows participants to engage in discussion and learning about our relationships in Canada. We will touch on unjust events in Canadian history (with a special focus on acts aimed at Aboriginal people), recognize that the effects of these are ongoing, and look at positive examples of relationship building and resilience. This activity requires some participant involvement and includes a sharing and debrief circle at the beginning and end. Participants are encouraged to reflect critically on their personal and social roles and responsibilities as people living on this land. 

Location:  Sandman Inn

1800 Victoria Avenue E, Regina, Sask

 Cost:  $30  for luncheon and workshop

(Current STOPS members please contact us for registration and reduced rates for members.)