Program Partners

The Youth Leadership Forum on Reconciliation was co-developed between Experiences Canada and Indigenous partners located in Manitoba. All workshops, activities, youth leaders and youth participants will consist of 50% Indigenous and 50% non-Indigenous people. Youth will have the opportunity to learn about Indigenous teachings, traditions, cultures and the contemporary issues and challenges that Indigenous people face. At the end of the week, youth will present what they learned in an interactive performance they create themselves.

The Canadian Museum of Human Rights

The Museum fosters an appreciation for the importance of human rights, spurs informed dialogue and invites participants to identify the contemporary relevance of past and present human rights events, both at home and abroad.

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Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs

The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs was created in 1988 by First Nations in Manitoba to coordinate political action and technical work on common issues. Today, the AMC is governed by the mandate set out by 62 member First Nations and advocates…

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Kanikanichihk

Kanikanichihk provides Indigenous identified programs and services that focus on wholeness and wellness and that build on the strengths and resilience of Indigenous peoples.

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Long Plain First Nation

A signatory to Treaty One, Long Plain First Nation is a proud Ojibway and Dakota community in the central plains region of Manitoba, situated on a land base of 10,800 acres. Long Plain is comprised of a main reserve and urban economic zone…

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Mamawi Chi Itata

Established in 1984, Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata is a Grandmother in the Winnipeg family of community service-providers with over 30 years of experience working with Indigenous families. We are community people helping other community people recl…

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Manitoba Inuit Association

Manitoba Inuit Association enhances the lives of Inuit in Manitoba by promoting Inuit values, community and culture while connecting to services that meet our evolving needs.

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Manitoba Museum

The Manitoba Museum is the province’s largest, not-for-profit centre for heritage and science learning. We are renowned for our vivid portrayal of Manitoba’s rich and diverse history, Planetarium shows, and Science Gallery exhibits.

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Manitoba Theatre for Young People

Manitoba Theatre for Young People has been creating and presenting professional theatre productions for children and families since 1982... MTYP has grown to become one of the most respected professional theatre companies in Canada, for ch…

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National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation

The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR) was created to preserve the memory of Canada’s Residential School system and legacy. Not just for a few years, but forever.

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Sagkeeng First Nation

Sagkeeng is comprised of Anicinabe people who have resided at or near the Fort Alexander Indian Reserve #3 located along the Winnipeg River and Traverse Bay, since time immemorial.

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Saiyisi First Nation

The Sayisi Dene (People of the East) are a Dene First Nation Aboriginal peoples of Canada group living in northern Manitoba. They are members of the Sayisi Dene First Nation (Tadoule Lake, Manitoba).

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Winnipeg Art Gallery

Founded in 1912, the WAG is Canada’s first civic art gallery. Housed in an iconic modernist building in the heart of downtown Winnipeg, the WAG has grown into one of the country’s leading visual art museums with an international reputation.

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