Save the date! On December 6, we’ll gather members for a Winter Pipe Ceremony and gathering. This event is about connecting community, getting to know each other, and hosting ceremony to ensure our work moves forward in a good way. All are welcome, and more details to come!
We’ve moved these sessions to ONLINE, making it more accessible for people to participate! Meet ON ZOOM one morning a month from Jan 2024 – June 2024 to evaluate your journey of Truth & Reconciliation and develop an action plan for moving forward. Learn how to use the OTC’s Growth Model to measure your organizations’ impact and make changes that make a difference. Participants will receive a workbook and homework to do each month, where they take the information they learn and apply it to their own path/organization.
DATES: January 18, February 8, March 21, April 11, May 9 and June 13. Sessions are always 9am – 12pm
REGISTRATION: CLICK HERE to register on ZOOM
FEE: We have a recommended registration fee of $250 Cdn. Your commitment is more important to us than the registration fee. If you want to attend for free or in exchange for in-kind registrations, you have that option. For example, can you provide coffee/snacks for an upcoming event? Meeting space? Volunteers? Let us know by emailing Carrie at email@example.com.
To pay the registration fee, please GO TO THE DONATE button on our website.
Session 1: Connecting: Building trust and connection.
Session 2: Aligning: Align around a clear and deeply shared intent for our work together.
Session 3: Learning: What does this information mean for our organization? How do we interpret what this means for our environments?
Session 4: Making: Building and testing tangible solutions and bring them to scale.
Session 5: Measurement: how will you know it’s working?
Session 6: Workshop
Hear stories about the origin of the Walk for Reconciliation, listen to communities walking for reconciliation, watch cultural performances, and more! Special thanks to the SK Intercultural Association for their role in organizing the online event.
Follow this link to Know Your Roots, an online and pdf map of reconciliation projects around Saskatoon. This project was initiated by the Rock Your Roots Organizing Committee and is a collaboration between Reconciliation Saskatoon and the Saskatoon Public Library.
Our Be A ConnectR YouTube channel features Residential School Survivors telling us about why the Walk for Reconciliation is important to them, as well as sharing stories. Listen, learn, show up and share these important truths.