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Welcome to the #CanadaWeWant Knowledge Exchange! This 3-day event will share research, findings, and promising practices from the Canadian youth sector. This year’s knowledge exchange is centred on the #CanadaWeWant four guiding lenses: Truth Leading to Reconciliation, Rural Remote and Northern Communities, Children’s Rights, and Structural Racism.  Please explore the program below and register for breakout session to build your own personalized schedule.
Bienvenue à l’Échange de connaissances #leCanadaquenoussouhaitons ! Cet événement de 3 jours permettra de partager les recherches, les résultats et les pratiques prometteuses du secteur de la jeunesse canadienne. Cette année, l’échange de connaissances est centré sur les quatre principes directeurs de #leCanadaquenoussouhaitons : la vérité menant à la réconciliation, les communautés rurales éloignées et nordiques, les droits de l’enfant et le racisme structurel. Nous vous invitons à explorer le programme ci-dessous et vous inscrire aux sessions qui vous intéressent pour créer votre propre horaire personnalisé. Nous sommes conscients que la plateforme Sched est principalement anglophone. Cependant, il possible de faire traduire automatiquement une page web. Voici deux méthodes potentielles.
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Grandmother Kate Brant

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Grandmother Kathy Brant (Kate) is Mohawk of the Haudenosaunee Six Nations Confederacy and has worked with Indigenous communities for close to 25 years. As a Mohawk Grandmother, and Great-Grandmother Kate has raised four children, in addition to caring for many others in our traditional kin model of community care. Having never had the opportunity to attend university in her youth and due to enfranchisement, her family lived in poverty without access to formal funding or supports from the government. Though my family for generations were Mohawk, Kate only became a member of her Nation in 1985 when Bill C-31 was passed, giving her permission, to officially be Mohawk. Kate attained both a Social Service Diploma and a Native Community Care and Culture Diploma, using them both in her roles working in community engagement, health and development. In addition to Kates work with Three Things Consulting and Sakatay Global, for the past seven years has been the Indigenous Community Development Worker with the Kingston Community Health Centre. As well she is a Grandmother and Knowledge Keeper for Algonquin And Lakeshore Catholic District School Board, Limestone District School Board and the City of Kingston’s Grand Theatre, where she welcomes guests for every performance and offers a Land Acknowledgment; a role she was selected for by local Grandmothers.
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