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April 7, 2020
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Time Details:
6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Slave Lake Native Friendship Centre
Slave Lake, AB T0G2A0
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“Flowing into Right Relationship” Workshops

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

This event is hosted by the Keepers of the Athabasca

Since Truth comes before Reconciliation 

Community Climate Action For Schools (1 hour):
surveying current climate science, the differ-ence between climate and weather, emergency preparedness, and energy efficiency and solar pro-grams.  For Adults(1.5—2 hrs): Includes the above, and also sharing methods for designing a solar installation, along with preparing, distributing, and evaluating solar Requests for Proposals. Keepers of the Athabasca can follow up and assist workshop partici-pants to plan and contract your new solar installation in Northern Alberta. 

The KAIROS “Blanket Exercise” (1/2 Day):
For groups of at least 20, this powerful interactive exercise educates participants about the history since European contact of Indigenous peoples in Canada.   

Exploring the Treaties:  reviewing the appropriate Treaty for each workshop’s  location, while inviting discussion on historic and modern perspectives, how this Treaty has been and could be upheld.  

United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: comparing the principles in UNDRIP to the UN’s sustainable development goals, workshop par-ticipants learn about Canada’s history and current chal-lenges with this document.  Booklets are included.  Indigenous Water Governance:  exploring pre-contact understandings about water and current paradigms while asking the question; can there be an Indigenous Water Governance model for Canada?   Circle of Water  This talking and listening circle provides a venue for community members to discuss watershed questions or issues that they are concerned about.  Notes will be compiled into a ‘Circle of Water’ report back to the communities.   

Where’s My Power Examining what power and energy are, the many natural and human made sources of energy and their effects, climate change and energy efficiency.  Making the connection between power and human agency—we have the power to create energy! 

With lunch:  Noon to 3:30 pm  
With dinner:  6:00 pm to 8:30 pm 
Please register by calling the Friendship Centre: 780 849-3039