Indigenous Awareness for Co-op Leaders
The goal of this course is to help co-ops build an awareness of Indigenous issues, rights, and history in Canada. This will provide some context for where we are today, how we got here, and what role we can play in reconciliation.
In this course, you’ll gain important historical context on the treaties, laws governing Indigenous peoples, and legal decisions. You’ll also learn how you and your organizations can make a difference by being an ally and participating in reconciliation.
The total time commitment for the course is three hours. But, you can save your progress and work through the course at your own pace. The course is divided into five modules:
- The Métis
- The Indian Act and Residential Schools
- Reconciliation and Allyship
Complete this form to receive your personal invitation to access the course:
Here’s what people are saying about the course:
“John and Winston are fantastic leaders – to lead us on the journey to reconciliation. The material was very well presented and very balanced in its content. This is a journey we all need to be on.” – Indigenous Awareness Course Participant
“John and Winston are awesome presenters. Their authenticity really brings the content to life.” – Indigenous Awareness Course Participant