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Fireside Chat

Hosted by: Lorelei Higgins and Marilyn North-Peigan. In the spirit of Reconciliation, this event will be a circle conversation with women about strength and resilience, grounded in the lived experiences of our hosts and those present. This will be an opportunity for learning, relationship building, and one active step towards Reconciliation for those attending. We […]

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MMIWG2S Awareness

Today is May 5, a time designated to honouring the spirits of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and 2-Spirit People. It is a day to raise awareness of, and speak out on violence inflicted against Indigenous people. REDdress installation at the Women’s Centre of Calgary The REDdress Project – Jaime Black The Red dresses

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May 5 is National Day of Awareness & Action for MMIWG2S

Content warning: This blog post deals with violence against Indigenous women, girls and gender diverse people.   May 5 is the National Day of Awareness and Action for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Gender diverse people. On this day we aim to raise awareness about this ongoing crisis and take action. On this day we remember the people who have lost

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Understanding Allyship & Decolonization (Online) (FULL)

THIS EVENT IS FULL. This event is currently full. Please check our website calendar for upcoming events. This is the second part of our Reconciliation Training. Understanding Allyship & Decolonization is a workshop focused on decolonization and building stronger allies. This workshop is open to women-identifying individuals only and will be held via Zoom. January

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Indigenous Women’s Perspectives on Land and Conservation (FULL)

This event is now full  Please join us online for an Environmental Issues Discussion on Indigenous Women’s Perspectives on Land and Conservation. We are honored to have: Arlana Bennett, Anishinaabe and Shoal Lake 40 First Nation member, and Pam Beebe, Kainai First Nation to chat with us about land, land rights and conservation. Pam and

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