- April 17, 2019 from 8:30am to 4:30pm
- Why is this awareness/education being undertaken?
- bee's intro
- Royal proclamation
- BNA Act
Assimilation and Segregation Policies:
- Indian Act
- Residential schools
- Sixties scoop
- No turning back
Era of Change
- 1969 Trudeau's white paper
- 1982 Constitution repatriation
- Terminology - Indian, Aboriginal, First Nation, Metis, Inuit
- Treaty and Aboriginal rights court cases
- 2008 - The Apology
- Truth and reconciliation commission and call to action
- United Nations declaration on the right of Indigenous peoples
- Traditional knowledge
- Environmental assessments
- Land use studies
- What Aboriginal people want
Myths and Misperceptions
- Realities on Reserve
- No running water
- Peter Mansbridge interview
- Ceremony - Elders, tobacco, prayer
- Close with talking stick.
Registration Fee includes beverages and snacks.
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Bee Calliou Schadeck
Bee Calliou Schadeck is a member of the Michel First Nation, Treaty #6, Alberta. She spent her childhood on a farm and also raised her three children in rural Alberta. Bee's career began as a laboratory technician and after a project was stalled by First Nation communities, Bee was launched into unfamiliar territory. Bee began a discovery of our country's history and over time became one of the most sought after Aboriginal awareness educators in Alberta. She now draws on over 35 years of experience to enrich her awareness sessions.
|CAPL Credits:||6 Credits|
|AAPL Credits:||6 Credits|
|Fee:||CAPL Member||$325 plus GST|
|Non-Member||$425 plus GST|
|This course is Complete.|