Throughout 2017 SaskCulture has had the remarkable opportunity and privilege to build and strengthen relationships with a number of First Nation and Métis cultural partners in the province through our Canada 150 project, funded by Canadian Heritage, called Resilience & Respect: Canada 150 & Beyond.
Canada’s sesquicentennial was a starting point: an opportunity to reflect on the important work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada and its 94 Calls to Action, to help ensure that Indigenous peoples are genuinely inspired to recognize positive change in Canada over the next 150 years.
Join Kevin Power and his guests at a gathering held in Saskatoon on January 26, 2018. This final event for Resilience and Respect: Canada 150 and Beyond is not the end of the partnership or its work. Instead, it marks the next step in a journey together toward a more meaningful, respectful and rewarding relationship – one that supports positive changes needed in communities and cultural organizations in this province.
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