The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation is hosting a series of webinars on the history and impact of Canada’s Indian Residential School system, September 23 – September 30.
The Manitoba Museum is offering free entry to all exhibits September 30 to October 2, with programs about the Indian Residential School history, films and performances by Beautiful Cloud Company Powwow Dancers.
Orange Shirt Day Survivors Walk and Powow: Saturday, September 30. Departs Oodena Circle, the Forks, at 10 a.m. and walks to the Canada Life Centre at 300 Portage Avenue. Powwow program concludes at 5:30 p.m.
WAG-Quamajuq will host tours, workshops, and talks that centre the experiences and history of Indigenous children forced to attend Indian Residential Schools. Proceeds from admission go to Sunshine House, a community drop-in and resource centre focusing on harm reduction and social inclusion.
The Anish Corporation, Manito Ahbee Festival, and the 60s Scoop Legacy of Canada are holding a sacred fire, ceremonies, singing and more St. John’s Park (1201 Main Street) in Winnipeg from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm on September 30.
The Southern Chiefs Organization website has an extensive list of various events at First Nations locations. To see them, click here.