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Truth and Reconciliation during Pandemic: Challenges and Opportunities

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Join IPAC Manitoba for a workshop on the challenges and opportunities related to pursuing Truth and Reconciliation during a pandemic.

Many Truth and Reconciliation events and actions are about in-person, experiential learning. Smudging, passing tobacco, and sweats are just a few examples. The COVID-19 pandemic poses a challenge for some aspects of Reconciliation. During this event, speakers will discuss the challenges they’ve encoutered, as well as opportunities or good practices they have seen.

Following a panel discussion, participants will be split into breakout rooms to share their own challenges and learnings, or simply to learn from others.

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IPAC Manitoba

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Online

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Institute of Public Administration of Canada
Institute of Public Administration of Canada – Manitoba

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Featuring Vaughn Sunday, Executive Director, Adams Lake Indian Band

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Featuring Vaughn Sunday, Executive Director, Adams Lake Indian Band

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