The theme of the conference, Indigenous Thought and Being, is about celebrating Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of their own systems and knowledge and Indigenous thought regarding present day issues. We will explore a number of sub-themes including Indigenous Knowledge, Health and Well-Being, Education, Literacy, and, interweaving all of these, iyiniw isihcikewin – Ceremony, Culture, and Ways of Being.
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
Conference being sponsored by the UnBQ Literacy Centre – Indigenous Language Department IPK/DOC
If you have not sent in your Fall statement of marks/transcripts, winter 2017 course schedule/registration or application, please do so today, to avoid any delays. If you have any questions, please call Betty Ann Cardinal, Student Advisor at 780-726-7609 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also inquire with Bernadine Houle-Steinhauer, Director at email@example.com and Pamela Large, Administrative Assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org.
INTERSESSION APPLICATIONS ARE DUE MARCH 15th.
Please submit them on or before the deadline date. You can come into the office to pick them up or download from the following link:
Dallas Cardinal, ATCO Indigenous Education Award Recipient 2017
Dallas Cardinal is one of our Saddle Lake Post Secondary Students, who is currently working on her Bachelor of Arts Degree atConcordia Universityin Edmonton. The Scholarship that Dallas received on January 19, 2017, was theATCO Indigenous Education Awardbased on her commitment to her education, leadership skills and role model qualities that can be recognized in the community.
Good Job Dallas, you make Saddle Lake Cree Nation Proud.
The Aboriginal Education Centre offers a diverse range of services; such as, academic counselling, personal support services, and cultural programming. Cultural activities include an annual feast, Aboriginal Cultural Day, and an Elders-In-Residence program. Aboriginal Elders are invited throughout the year to share their knowledge and traditions through workshops and special sessions. The Centre is a unique community environment where students gather, study, and learn.
All are welcome.
Please review and if you can, you are more than welcome to attend any of the events that they have planned for the month of November.
If you have any questions, please call 780-497-5382, email email@example.com or drop by Aboriginal Education Centre at the main Grant MacEwan Campus, downtown Edmonton, Room 7-131.
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