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You are cordially invited to a reconciliation event between First Nations and settler peoples of Vancouver Island January 25-26, 2019 at Hope Lutheran Church, located at 2174 Departure Bay Road. Hope is located on Departure Bay, a sacred place for Coast Salish Peoples. The event will enable participants to understand ways to follow through on Calls to Action from Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

What: Opportunity to hear from and connect with a variety of Indigenous leaders as they reflect on shared First Peoples and Settler history in Canada and we consider ways to follow through on Calls to Action from the TRC.

Where: Hope Lutheran Church, on Departure Bay Road in Nanaimo, BC

When: January 25, 2019 Evening Blanket Exercise
January 26, 2019 All day Workshop
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Join NAIITS: An Indigenous Learning Community and Sioux Falls Seminary for presentations and discussions centered around trauma and abuse in Indigenous people and their communities.

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17th Annual Symposium

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NAIITS: An Indigenous Learning Community 17th Annual Symposium
June 4 - 6, 2020
Sioux Falls, SD
In Partnership with Sioux Falls Seminary and Augustana University

“Spirituality of Wellness in Community”

For more information email us at

Download the Call for Papers

Camps in Canada!

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Kids Culture Camp 2015

Kids Culture Camp 2015 was a great success! Read about how fun and fruitful time at camp was.
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Mish Adventures 2015

The action-packed and fun-filled three weeks at camp was indeed life-changing! Learn about what First Nation children and youth in the Mishkeegogamang Reserve think about camp. More here

Past events…

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12th Annual NAIITS Symposium

You can check out photos and stories from the 2015 symposium
More here
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Walking Together in Thunder Bay

A conversation with Indigenous Pathways in NW Ontario last April 24 - 25, 2015.
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Indigenous Pathways is a community of organizations with unique identities and skills that have chosen to live together within one corporate legal entity in order to more effectively work alongside Indigenous people around the world. At present, there are four members of the Indigenous Pathways family. They are NAIITS, My People, iEmergence and Wiconi.
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