Peer Sharing and Networking
We host a variety of peer sharing events annually to provide opportunities for knowledge exchange, community collaboration and relationship building. All of our networking events are provided free of charge and include refreshments/lunch (depending on time of day).
This gathering is an interactive one-day retreat aimed at providing an opportunity for Indigenous leaders to share successes and challenges in the areas of physical activity, sport, arts/culture and recreation, and to spark new relationships with other communities! Increase your knowledge of programming, policies, event planning, youth engagement, and budgeting.
When: March, TBD - Kahkewistehaw First Nation
September, TBD - White Bear First Nation
“Arts can be a useful tool in bringing people together for a commonly enjoyed activity; sparking conversations; no competition involved!” – Cultural Gathering Attendee
“Thank you for broadening my mind, I am mind blown” – Cultural Gathering Attendee
“The roundtable sharing to understand parallel problems, trends and solutions was awesome.”
“I really enjoy the roundtables, hearing different ways of doing things.”
- Recreation Practitioner Roundtable Participants