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- Twelve Great Ways to Help Yourself Learn Cree: Solomon Ratt (y-dialect, audio) – Clone January 20, 2018
- Our Teachers: Solomon Ratt (y-dialect, audio) January 6, 2018
- miyo-ocêhtowi-kîsikanisik: Happy Kissing Day! Happy 2018! (th- and y-dialect with audio) January 1, 2018
- 2018: kisêpîsim / ᑭᓭᐲᓯᒼ / January December 27, 2017
- Solomon’s Christmas Cards 2017 (y- and th-dialects with audio) December 25, 2017
Category Archives: Events
If you’re in the area, be sure not to miss this year’s Christmas Dinner and Show at Calling Lake. If you learn only one Cree word before you go, make sure it’s mâmaskâc! (Congratulations, Lance and crew: I’m sure you’ll … Continue reading
For further information go to sawci.ca, or look up anskohk on FaceBook.
With astronomer Wilfred Buck as keynote speaker, this is a great event for Winnipeg science teachers! Here’s a link to their online conference hub: MFNERC – First Nations Circle of Knowledge & Practices
Friday, October 5th at the Winnipeg Art Gallery, hosted by the Indigenous Roots of Expressive Arts Therapy Conference. The Art Gallery will be open prior to the event so that attendees can view the new exhibit INSURGENCE/RESURGENCE which brings together … Continue reading
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Sorry I can’t be there, too – but hoping we’ll see pictures, and maybe some âcimowina on video!
An exciting opportunity for those lucky enough to travel: The theme of the conference, Indigenous Thought and Being, is about celebrating Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of their own systems and knowledge and Indigenous thought regarding present day issues. We will explore … Continue reading
What an opportunity for the lucky few who get accepted! https://www.ualberta.ca/native-studies/programs/aboriginal-governance-program/wahkohtowin-project-intensive NS 403/NS 503/LAW 599 – The ᐘᐦᑯᐦᑐᐏᐣ wahkohtowin Project Intensive: ᒥᔪ ᐑᒉᐦᑐᐏᐣ miyo-wîcêhtowin Principles and Practice The Cree concept of wahkohtowin (roughly: our inter-relatedness and interdependence) has been a central … Continue reading