Canadian Roots Exchange is a national registered charity (registration number 832296602RR0001) that provides Indigenous based leadership, learning and reconciliation experiences for every youth that participates in our program. CRE organizes three main types of activities: exchange programs, workshops and conferences. Central to CRE programming is the need to bring together Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth. Regardless of the activity, we believe that having dialogue is necessary to foster understanding and reconciliation.
The Exchange - October 5th-8th, 2017
This exchange will take you to the heart of Treaty 4 territory to learn about the region’s history, land and Indigenous health practices. It will be facilitated by the Canadian Roots Exchange team and a team leader from the area who will host us. We will learn from local Elders and community members in the area. Potential excursions include All Nations Healing Hospital and Treaty 4 Governance Centre, as well as land-based activities. We will be leaving for Fort Qu'Appelle on Thursday and leaving Fort Qu'Appelle Sunday morning.
College bursaries are available to cover part or all of the cost. This opportunity is available to all University of Saskatchewan Health Science students. For more information email@example.com (306)966-5770or firstname.lastname@example.org (306)966-2964