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First Nations Healing Workshop, North Battleford, August 2015

Sincere thanks to David MacKinnon, Tyrone Tootoosis, and everyone they assembled in North Battleford to present this wonderful gift of traditional knowledge. The tachings of Jerry Saddleback and Wes Fineday made an inspirational morning; Michelle Good and Kim Tootoosis gave us a … Continue reading

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A Beautiful Event in North Battleford – Please share!

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CREE STORIES: An evening with Neal McLeod, Duncan Mercredi, and Rosanna Deerchild

ᐘᐦᐚ ᓇᐯᐤ / wahwâ napêw! Having that Neal McLeod in town is bringing out the Cree shenanigans in some of our very favourite Winnipeg writers! Please join us this evening if you’re able.  August 14, 2014 7:30pm at Winnipeg’s Neechi Commons, corner … Continue reading

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21st Century Tools for Indigenous Languages – Kickoff Workshop

A few photos of the Cree Literacy Network in action in Edmonton for a workshop on development of 21st Century Tools for Indigenous Languages. Wonderful discussions around Cree language, linguistics, and helping build tools that will support them! Hoping to get out in a … Continue reading

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10th Annual Nêhiyawak Land & Language Summer Camp

For further details, visit the Facebook Group Aboriginal Friendship Centres of Saskatchewan at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Aboriginal-Friendship-Centres-of-Saskatchewan/192129454182112

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Prairies Workshop on Languages and Linguistics

Hardy survivors of the first PWoLL, talking all things Cree over breakfast in Brandon Sunday, March 2nd. Thanks to Jeff Muehlbauer and Clare Cook, and Brandon University’s Native Studies Department for the warm welcome, and the opportunity to build truly … Continue reading

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Manitoba Indigenous Writers’ Festival

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One of my favourite sessions at last weeks’ Manitoba Indigenous Writers Festival had to be the talk by Sherry Farrell Racette about how the work of illustrating books found its way into her life and stayed. I was especially delighted … Continue reading

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