CRE – Denver Edmunds

CRE – Denver Edmunds

Tiivimasiu Qisiiq and Denver Edmunds I wanted to join this SOI Alumni Delegation to the CRE National Gathering to get to know more about reconciliation, to...

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CRE – Heidi Lucas

CRE – Heidi Lucas

Reconciliation Through Inuit Throat Singing I was recently part of the Students on Ice delegation to the Canadian Roots Exchange’s National Gathering....

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CRE – Mataya Gillis

CRE – Mataya Gillis

Kassidy Augustine, Mataya Gillis and Denver Edmunds. My week in Montreal was amazing! From learning about my people’s rights to hanging out in the hotel...

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CRE – Tiivimasiu Qisiiq

CRE – Tiivimasiu Qisiiq

I wanted to attend the Canadian Roots Exchange National Gathering because I wanted the opportunity to talk about youth issues in northern communities. I hoped...

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CRE – Kim Mathieu

CRE – Kim Mathieu

The smell of sage drifted through the air as I passed one of the classrooms dedicated to the CRE conference at Concordia University. Intrigued by a workshop...

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CRE – Thomas Steur

CRE – Thomas Steur

The Canadian Roots Exchange National Gathering was a great experience. We learned how to achieve reconciliation, but also learned about decolonization,...

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CRE – Kassidy Augustine

CRE – Kassidy Augustine

Before I attended the CRE conference I was very lost and frustrated with the world. I had just transferred out of a very racist school and I was feeling...

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CRE Delegation Updates

CRE Delegation Updates

Blog Updates Thursday, February 27, 2020 That’s a wrap! SOI’s CRE delegation spent their final day together Tuesday reflecting on their time at...

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Breaking the Ice; COP25 Panel Hosted by the WWF Arctic Programme

Breaking the Ice; COP25 Panel Hosted by the WWF Arctic Programme

Breaking the ice, bringing young scientists and indigenous youth to the decision making table in the Arctic. On Thursday, the WWF Arctic Programme...

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