What does an equitable and urgent response to the pandemic look like? With limited recreation options for children, schools closed, buses being scary to use until we are sure COVID-19 is over and a global recession looming for large numbers of people- some of the most vulnerable people are going
Join Janell Henry and Adrian Alphonso will delve into the series of works under our Healing Trails project and explain how they are grounded in Indigenous Knowledge and best practices that have global influences. See the full program here.
Healing Trails Program’s Janell Henry Visits Finland to Speak about Reconciliation and The Future of Transportation
Janell Henry, guest lecturer, presents for The Archaeology and Cultural Anthropology Department at the University of Oulu, Friday, February 14 2020 (Photo Courteous of Winnipeg Trails Association) In the Ojibwe language, Miikana is the translated word for a road, a trail or a path. In the cityscape and architecture, roads and
two positions available. $17/hour 30 hours/week for 8 weeksflexible hours. ability to work partially from home Apply as soon as possible to [email protected] with subject line: Cree Communications Specialist or Ojibwe Communications Specialist Responsibilities: Each Communications Specialist will provide assistance in the development of online and print materials for Winnipeg
Traditional Trails Manitoba Métis Ride Sunday August 12. Join Adrian Alphonso and Jenna Vandal for a fascinating and invigorating trip through the history of this place we call home. Starts at 1pm. Admission is free. Recommended for Ages 12+ only (due to pace of ride & subject matter. Route is