Tickets for our February event:
BPW Member $10
Guest $15
In 2015, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission issued Calls to Action that urged the corporate sector to develop respectful relationships with Indigenous communities and businesses, as well as provide education and opportunities to Indigenous individuals.
Reconciliation isn’t easy or straightforward, and yet there are countless moral, economic, environmental and social reasons for assuming leadership, starting a journey of reconciliation and fostering change in your life, community and workplace.
This workshop explores those reasons, provides you with tools for starting and/or continuing reconciliation work, and fosters an open forum for discussion, questions and community.
Led by Carrie Catherine (Coordinator of Reconciliation Saskatoon) and Elder Judy Pelly, this lunch ‘n learn will leave you with the desire to create change and the resources to do so.
* A recording of this workshop will be sent to all who register. If you cannot attend live, you will have access to the recording!
Carrie Catherine is a singer/songwriter, actress, community builder, festival producer, events coordinator, and educator. Her passion is instigating events or projects that invite collaboration between various art disciplines while animating communities and building relationships—in particular, those focused around reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples.