Indigenous Languages for Respect
New Zealanders have been learning English and Māori.
It is based on the idea of respect. Can you introduce yourself in an Indigenous language in Canada?
This course aims to help participants learn a short introduction in the Cree language to offer respect, greetings, land acknowledgement, and introductions with good-byes. In an era of globalization knowing the history of local land where you live is important and language and culture are part of the land. This course is moderated by Elder Dr. Winston Wuttunee and his helper Dr. Robert Falcon Ouellette.
What’s Covered in this Course?
This course provides participants with a safe space to learn and share in the development of Canada’s commitments to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Who should attend?
Our courses are suitable for all individuals/employees who are interested in their personal and professional growth. It is especially suitable for workplaces with low or high levels of diversity, wishing to shore up the health and well-being of their employees.
Course Dates: April 14th 2022, May 12th 2022, June 9th 2022, and September 8th 2022
Time: 1:00-3:00pm CST
Delivery Format: Online
Individual fee listed. Please contact for group or organization fees.
Dr. Robert Falcon Ouellette is from Red Pheasant Cree Nation in Saskatchewan. He is a dedicated community organizer and educator.
Dr. Elder Winston Wuttunee a household name in the Canadian Music industry since 1973, Elder Winston Wuttunee, from Red Pheasant Cree Nation, has performed across North America as well as Europe and Australia as a singer, keynote speaker, and comedian and an educator.