The Blanket Exercise will be held at 11:30 at Campbell Collegiate High School (102 Massey Road), next door to the north of Immanuel church. Please use the main door at Campbell Collegiate that is closest to Immanuel. The Kairos Blanket Exercise is an interactive learning experience that teaches the Indigenous rights that is rarely taught. It was developed in response to the 1996 Report of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples as a highly recommended education method regarding Canadian Indigenous history as one of the key steps to reconciliation. The Blanket Exercise covers 500 years of history in a one-and-a-half-hour participatory workshop. It is a very powerful workshop.
Please pre-register for the Blanket Exercise at this link or by calling the Immanuel office at 306-586-4420 so we know how many people to plan for. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com
Immanuel Regina’s second Indigenous Learning and Awareness Event for 2022, Treaties and the Land, was held on the evening of Thursday, March 17, 2022. Professor Leta Kingfisher from the First Nations University of Canada was the presenter. Dr. Leta Kingfisher, PhD is a Band member of the Sturgeon Lake First Nation in Saskatchewan.
The event took place via ZOOM and was recorded. You can view it at this LINK to our YouTube channel. Click HERE to view the first 25 pages of the document that formed the basis for Dr. Kingfisher’s presentation, and HERE for the remainder of the document.
Our first Indigenous Learning and Awareness Event for 2022, with Senator Sol Sanderson, was on the evening of Tuesday, January 18, 2022. The event took place via ZOOM, and was recorded. You can view it at this LINK to our YouTube channel.
This information was available prior to the event: Doctrine of Discovery Learning and Awareness Event.pdf
We also encourage you to visit “Doctrine of Discovery: Stolen lands, Strong Hearts.” a film by the Anglican Church of Canada and available at this LINK. “It is a film about a devastating decision, made over 500 years ago, which continues to profoundly impact Indigenous and Settler people worldwide.”