“The process of reconciliation will require the passionate commitment of individuals and the genuine engagement of society.” – TRC Interim Report page 26
In additon to discussion and sharing of themes in circles, participants have opportunities to take part in other programs and initiatives relating to reconciliation. In all cases, facilitators need to contact Raymond Currie at least two weeks in advance to make arrangements.
“We Are All Treaty People” Tour of Treaty Exhibit
Circles for Reconciliation has developed a partnership with the Manitoba Museum that allows our participants to have a private guided tour of the Museum’s excellent exhibit on treaties.
A one hour blanket ceremony which tells the historical and contemporary relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Canada by acting out a play is a powerful teaching tool available to our participants.
Experience a Sweat Lodge
Circles for Reconciliation offers opportunities for participants to take part in a sweat lodge and/or other Indigenous ceremonies.
Photo by Mgodiseo
A Tour of Métis Sites
There are 43 historical Métis sites in and around Winnipeg. In cooperation with the Louis Riel Institute, a tour of several of these sites can be organized.