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Sep 21 2024


15-minute break.
9:30 am - 12:45 pm





Respectful Responses to the Call for Reconciliation

This workshop will take you on a journey into how to become more aware of the territory you are residing on. Bring some thought-provoking ways that you have not been aware of about the truth of Indigenous people who have lived here since time of immemorial. How you can be an ally when you hear untruths spoken about Indigenous people. Jennie is always open to questions, and she gives hard truth answers from residential school to the sixties scoop and currently the millennial scoop. You will be more aware on how you can make a world a better place when you become a better partner in the world changing view for indigenous people. Both Urban Indigenous and those who reside in their communities.


Jennie is Ojibway but, identifies as Stó:lō Xwelxwelmexw and resides on Tzeachten First Nation. She has been working with children and families for over 35 years. Jennie has a certificate in ECE from the University of Fraser Valley in collaboration with Seabird Island 2004. In 2005 she received her Special Needs License to Practice at the University of the Fraser Valley. She was able to complete her Infant Toddler/ Early Childhood Education and Care Diploma in 2016.


Suitable for child care providers, child care workforce, and parents.


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