Indigenization, Colonization, and Reconciliation

This program is intended to support the systemic change occurring across post-secondary institutions through Indigenization, decolonization, and reconciliation. A guiding principle from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada process states why this change is happening.

The Indigenization Project can be described as an evolving story of how diverse people can journey forward in a canoe. In Indigenous methodology, stories emphasize our relationships with our environment, our communities, and with each other.

We hope that this Training Program will provide you with tools, like a paddle, to navigate through it all and strengthen your approach as an educator. 

Please make sure to follow these Sections one by one and submit your work at the end of each section.

You can start your Activities with Section 1

At the end of each Section, submit your assignment before moving to the Next section

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CONTACT MAIN OFFICE

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2300 9th Ave West
P.O. Box 2350  Prince Albert, SK, S6V 6Z1

Phone: 306 953 7200
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