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We are excited to announce that Moose Hide Campaign Day will be taking place on Thursday, May 16, 2024.

Moose Hide Campaign Day is a day of ceremony where all Canadians are called to join together to take a stand against violence towards women and children and to take practical steps for our collective journey of reconciliation.

Together, we are making a change.


The livestream originating from Victoria, BC. will feature a keynote speaker, messages from Raven Lacerte, and more information on how we can all work together to end gender based violence in Canada.


Events and walks hosted by communities, schools and groups across Canada, with a livestream of the Walk to End Violence streamed live from the lawn of the Legislative Assembly in Victoria, BC.


As in common in many Indigenous cultures, fasting is a symbol of commitment, and a way to deepen your intention. We encourage everybody to participate in the fast from sunrise to sunset on Moose Hide Campaign Day.


An important part of Moose Hide Campaign Day is the Sunrise and Fast-breaking Ceremonies.

The Sunrise Ceremony from the East Coast of Canada starts the day with intention. You can watch the ceremony when the sun rises in your location on Turtle Island.

For those participating in the Fast to End Violence, there will be a livestream of the ceremony from Victoria, BC.

Advancing evidence-based approaches in Indigenous knowledge and science

This year, we come together to honour ancestral knowledge while shaping a brighter future. Explore cutting-edge research, connect with Indigenous scholars, and participate in hands-on workshops.


Why Attend:

The conference will bring together scholars, knowledge keepers, and other experts from across North America (Turtle Island) to share advances and experiences in Indigenous science, research, education, and policy.

Everyone is welcome to attend! Attending this conference will allow you to:

· Explore innovations in cutting-edge research

· Understand the importance of place by exploring Treaty 4 lands

· Enhance community connections and strengthen networks

· Immerse yourself in local Indigenous traditions


Conference Themes:

· Authentic and inclusive approaches to discovery and teaching

· Engaging youth in STEM

· Indigenous engagement with water, land and the environment

· Relationships, partnerships, and sharing knowledges in a good way

· Open sessions on other topics

This workshop is for Indigenous or Canadian organizations whose primary mandate is to present visual or media art, as well as independent cultural workers (curator, consultant, researcher etc.). We highly encourage organizations to register at least two participants, so knowledge is shared within the organization. Participants may include board and/or staff from the organization.

Date: Tuesday, November 28, 2023

Time: 1-3 PM EST (please check your local time zone) on Zoom

More Information/Registration: https://indigenous-protocols-test-site.squarespace.com/events/cultura-workers-nov-28