Join us for this opportunity to learn more about Indigenous health and celebrate Indigenous culture in Saskatchewan Knowledge Circle & Dinner Celebration.

Date & Time

May 15, 2018


To register for the Knowledge Circle Panel Discussion, please email Helen Hunter Tootoosis. Space is limited!

To buy tickets for the Dinner Celebration, select the register button below! Dinner ticket sales close Tuesday, May 8, 2018. Dinner Tickets are $100/per person or $750 for a Table of 8

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Diabetes Canada invites you to join the conversation at our upcoming Knowledge Circle funded by the Office of the Dean of Research Event Support. This professional event is an opportunity to learn and share with your peers.

Keynote Speakers will share their experiences working in Indigenous health care. There will also be a discussion period.

Knowledge Circle will take place from 4 to 6 p.m.

  • Greetings from the Moderator, Cameco Chair in Indigenous Health Alendara King
  • Presentations and Panel Discussion
    • Dr. Jon McGavock
    • Dr. Charlotte Jones
    • Roland Dyck
    • Rick Favel
    • Elder Shirley McNab

In celebration of the 15th anniversary of Indigenous Gathering, we present the "Miyo Pimatisiwin" dinner celebrating Indigenous culture in Saskatchewan. Together, we will explore pathways to healing and opportunities to "be well together."

Dinner Celebration will take place from 6 to 9:30 p.m.

  • Greetings from Vice Chief Heather Bear
  • Three-course traditional meal
  • Order of Canada recipient - Fred Sasakamoose
  • Indigenous Fashion Show
  • Art Gallery
  • Music by Shane Yellowbird

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