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January 2024 Therapy Dog Visit

January 23, 2024

A smiling person, sitting on a red couch, petting a medium sized brown and white therapy dog. White lettering hat reads, therapy dogs at RRC Polytech.

Therapy Dogs will be visiting Notre Dame Campus at the end of January!

Animal and human interactions can offer many positive health benefits including the reduction of stress and anxiety, improvement in mood, lowering of blood pressure, and improvement in overall mental health. Come say hello to some furry friends from the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program.

Students petting a therapy dog that is sitting on the floor. The dog is looking up at his owner who is holding a treat.

Notre Dame Campus

Date: Monday, January 29th, 2024

Time: 11:30am-1:00pm

Location: Campus Store Hallway

In-Service Day Camp – Friday February 2nd

January 18, 2024

Four young campers kneeling behind pink and purple sidewalk chalk art that reads RRC

Do you have children with an in-service day on Friday February 2nd? Have them join us for a full day of fun at our In-Service Day Camp!

Camp Details

Date: Friday, February 2nd

Time: The camp runs from 9am – 4pm with flexible drop-off and pick-up times before and after.

  • Drop-Off: Anytime between 8 – 9am
  • Pick-Up: Anytime between 4 – 5pm

Location: 2055 Notre Dame Avenue

Age Range: 6 – 12 years old

Cost: $35 + GST

Registration: Click Here to Register


Camp Overview

From team-building challenges to creative arts and light physical activities, our In-service Day Camp promises a day filled with fun and enriching experiences! Our camp is led by qualified and experienced staff who are dedicated to providing a safe, inclusive, and enjoyable experience for everyone.

Throughout the morning, campers will engage in a variety of hands-on activities, educational workshops, and recreational games on-campus.

After lunch, campers will take a field trip to Uptown Alley for 90 minutes of bowling. The day will finish back at 2055 Notre Dame with more creative and recreational activities.


Additional Information

Lunch – Lunch will not be provided. Please prepare your children with a packed lunch & water bottle. Campers will have time for lunch & snack breaks throughout the day.

Clothing – Please bring indoor shoes that will be comfortable for light physical activity and walking throughout the day. We don’t have outdoor activities planned, but we will be taking a bus to the bowling alley, so make sure your children have suitable clothing to be comfortable on the bus.

Cancellation & Refund Policy – Cancellations & refunds will be available until Friday January 26th.


Please email Davis, our Youth Initiatives Supervisor with any questions about this In-Service Day Camp. Additional camp information, an online waiver form, and our code of conduct will be sent to you by email after registration.

Bell Let’s Talk 2024

January 16, 2024

Two people talking to each other.

Bell Let’s Talk is a mental health campaign initiated by Bell Canada that focuses on destigmatizing, building awareness, acceptance, and action in mental health.

Dedicated to moving mental health forward in Canada, Bell Let’s Talk promotes awareness, acceptance and action with a strategy built on 4 key pillars: fighting the stigma, improving access to care, supporting world class research and leading by example in workplace mental health. Bell Let’s Talk is reducing the stigma surrounding mental illness and improving access to mental health care with support for organizations in every province and territory!

Bell Let's Talk Logo with a chat bubble and smiley face.

Join the Movement

RRC Polytech will be hosting Bell Let’s Talk Day stations on January 24, 2024, between 11:00am-1:00pm at all campuses! Hearing people’s stories about their experiences overcoming and navigating mental health barriers can help normalize and minimize the stigma surrounding mental health. Bell Let’s Talk Day represents a community coming together to learn and create dialogue about what it means for us to support our mental health and wellness, come and join the movement!

Visit the Bell Let’s Talk Website

Click the link to learn more about organizations that are creating real change and some ideas for ways each of us can take action on mental health.

Resource Reminders

If you or someone you know is struggling, consider exploring resources at RRC Polytech and in the community.

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January MindWell Programs

January 8, 2024

Embrace 2024 with Mindfulness-in-Action!

This year MindWell is going to provide new ways for RRC staff and students to improve their health and well-being with mindfulness-in-action at the core.

One proven way to enhance overall health and well-being is regular physical activity. In January, MindWell’s wheel of health lands on physical health – offering a variety of classes to help you all get active and keep you motivated!

If you haven’t already done so, sign-up for your free MindWell account.

Mindful Boxing

A woman boxing.

Mindfulness and boxing have a lot in common. They both require presence, attention to breath and inner strength. Learn basic boxing moves that not only leave you feeling strong physically – but mentally too.

Join Ross Robinson on Thursdays at 12pm CST for a 30 minute session! Register here!

The Power of Mindful Movement

A snowy forest with pine trees.

Did you know our body stores stress even after the mind has moved on from the stressful situation? Learn simple movements from your chair to release stored stress so you can feel and perform better each day.

Join Ross Robinson on Fridays at 11AM CST. Register here!

Whole-Being Physical Health

A cloudy and blue sky with tall grass.

We often see physical health as separate from our mental health. However, they are inextricably related. Learn to get physically healthy through body and mind so you can achieve well-being in all areas.

Join Dr. Ellen Choi on Wednesdays at 11AM CST. Register here!

Tai Chi: Improving Balance

A foggy horizon with trees.

Improving your balance is a key benefit of practicing Tai Chi. Learn simple strategies to straighten your posture and increase your awareness of gravity to improve balance in all areas.

Join Peter Hodes on Tuesdays at 4:30PM CST. Register here!

Creating and Keeping Habits in Exercise and Beyond

A snowy path lined with pine trees.

Set yourself up for a great 2024 by learning how to create habits that actually stick by understanding the reasons behind why so many start off strong and then lose momentum.

Join Jackie Roberge on Mondays at 12:00PM CST. Register here!

New Year Fitness and Lifestyle Consultations

January 8, 2024

Photo of a female athlete using battle rope on fitness turf.
Image from Unsplash – Chase Kinney

The beginning of the year is a great time to reflect on your growth. What are you doing today that your future self will thank you for?

It is time to take that next step, and we are here to help! Book a free 45-min consultation with one of our certified fitness professionals. Your coach will work with you on improving habits that will lead to better sleep, fitness, and nutrition.

[Note: Fitness and lifestyle consultations are not a substitute for professional medical advice. Staff and students should consult a medical professional if they are seeking medical advice, diagnoses, or treatment.]

How to Book a Consultation

To book a consultation, please follow this link and select from the available sessions. Virtual or in-person sessions available. Available until the end of February.

Questions? Email recreation@rrc.ca

Start 2024 Mindfully!

January 5, 2024

A background of what looks like water with blue and white letters that read Take Five Daily.

Starting the new year with the goal to learn mindfulness and stress management strategies is a great idea! You are invited to join the RRC Polytech community in a 30 day Mindfulness Challenge. The Challenge will begin on January 15th and end on February 29th.

Stress Management Skills

Can you receive difficult messages with openness? Can you reverse the stress response and calm your nervous system? Are you able to step back from your thoughts and watch them come and go? All of these skills are key to building good mental health and all are part of the Take 5 Daily curriculum.

Take 5 is MindWell’s central mindfulness-in-action practice. Whether you practice all 5 steps or just the one or two you like best, Take 5 can be used anytime or anywhere to lower stress, increase focus and get you back into the present moment.

This opportunity teaches ‘mindfulness-in-action’ so people don’t need to stop what they are doing to become calm, present and focused.

Registration

All RRC Polytech students and staff can register for a MindWell account and then sign up for Take 5 Daily. We encourage you to register with a peer or friend to keep you motivated!

Prize Draw

When you complete all 30 days of Take 5 Daily, you unlock a certificate that will get you entered into a prize draw! Prizes include Good Local gift cards, Halfmoon Yoga mats and blocks and passes to Float Calm.

Even if it takes you more than 30 days to complete the challenge, you can still enter to win. So if you miss a day, don’t fret, just get back at it.

Send your certificate to Fizza before February 29th, 2024 and you will be entered to win!

Please contact Fizza Rashid, our Campus Mental Health Specialist with any questions.

Campus Well-Being January Programs

December 19, 2023

FITNESS AND MOVEMENT

T’ai Chi (NDC and Virtual)

Instructor Sifu Josh Schafer strikes a tai chi pose in a courtyard with a pagoda in the background.

T’ai Chi involves the use of daily gentle exercise to improve health with a focus on breathwork. Sifu Josh Schafer teaches this longevity practice that is easy to access and yet profound enough for a lifelong engagement. The universal martial arts movements serve as a focus for the development of mind, body, and spirit (Chi).

REGISTERNotre Dame Campus: Mondays, 12:10pm to 12:55pm, in the South Gym. All experience levels welcome.


For a virtual Tai Chi option and other online movement classes or wellness workshops, visit MindWell. All programs are free for RRC Polytech staff, students and faculty. Create or sign in to your account to get started.

Breakdancing and Hip Hop Culture (NDC)

Mooki, hip hop dance instructor head shot.

Learn about the foundational movements of Breaking, and their connection to Hip Hop culture with instructor, Mooki. Classes will be focused around learning steps, and terminology which will provide students a knowledge base to take the dance into their own hands.

“That was the BEST. So much fun and such a nice change for something to do during lunch! I have zero experience, but I must say, it was SUCH an inviting environment and not intimidating at all. I can’t wait to attend the next one.” Erica Blatz

Breaking is an extremely powerful exercise tool, and a course like this will benefit participants who are looking to find a fun, new way to stay in shape. These activities will have no particular physical requirements and are in one way or another accessible for all.

REGISTERNotre Dame Campus: Ongoing Wednesdays, 12:10pm to 12:50pm, in the South Gym. All experience levels welcome.

Wednesday Yoga (NDC and Virtual)

Holly Pluchinski guides in-person yoga participants in a room surrounded by soothing sounds and panoramas. Stretch and relax! Suitable for all levels and mats are provided.

Wednesdays, 12:10pm to 12:50pm, Notre Dame Campus, GM33, near North Gym.

REGISTER: In-person OR Virtual option available, all registrants will have access to the recording as well for one week after the class.

NOTE: Link will be emailed to participants after registration. No food is allowed in the room. Click here for more information about the Immersion Room.

Friday Yoga (Virtual)

From the comfort of your home or office, Holly leads a 30-minute yoga class allowing participants to stretch, breathe and feel good. Suitable for all levels. 

REGISTERFridays, 12:15 to 12:45pm, link will be emailed to registrants separately.

Strength and Conditioning (NDC)

These fun and high energy sessions utilize bodyweight exercises, kettlebells, dumbbells, medicine balls, bands and more for a compete total-body workout.

• Improve your mood, health and fitness in this action-packed class that will have you building muscle and fully energized for the rest of your day!

• All fitness levels are welcome & exercise progressions and modifications will be provided throughout each workout to accommodate everyone.

• With Coach MG

REGISTER – Notre Dame Campus, North Gym: Tuesdays and Thursdays 12:10 – 12:50pm

Muscle and Mobility (NDC)

Build strength, flexibility, and training knowledge in this self-paced class that focuses on movement quality over quantity.

• Incorporate a combination of strength exercises with mobility and flexibility drills to counteract our repetitive daily activities.

• Improve your physical performance and reduce the likelihood of injuries and chronic pain.

• All fitness levels are welcome & exercise progressions and modifications will be provided throughout each workout to accommodate everyone.

• With Coach Justin Ross

REGISTER – Notre Dame Campus, North Gym: Mondays and Wednesdays 12:10 – 12:50pm

Bike Share Program (NDC)

Four black bikes hanging on wall brackets.

Borrow one of Campus Well-Being’s bikes to go for lunch, run an errand or cruise around the area. Our four new bikes include Moose and Bear (large), Eagle (medium) and Goose (small).  Come to the NDC North Gym customer service desk during regular gym hours, fill out a waiver and pick your bike – daytime borrowing only by students and staff.

Learn more about the Bike Share program here.

WELLNESS

Food – Fuel Your Fitness (NDC, Virtual)

Photo by Greg Rosenke on Unsplash

You’ll hear the common phrase that food is fuel, and this is true not just for every day life, but also for your energy and performance in the gym. Learn about how food can influence your fitness levels, how it can help you achieve your goals, and how it can help you recover. Regardless of whether you are a new time gym goer, or a veteran gym rat or athlete, food is important for all.

REGISTER – In-Person or Virtual – Notre Dame Campus: Wednesday, January 17, 2024 – 12:00pm to 1pm, Connected Classroom in EMP, near North Gym.

Registered dietician, Hao-Yi sitting at a desk with keyboard and monitor.

Hao-Yi is a Registered Dietitian who has been practicing for several years. He has had experience working in acute care, long term care. Currently works out of the Wellness Institute in Primary Care, helping individuals manage and prevent chronic disease. He also provides nutrition coaching for athletic and sport performance. Hao-Yi’s focus is helping individuals achieve their goals using food they enjoy.

Fitness and Lifestyle Consultations (NDC, Virtual)

The beginning of the year is a great time to reflect on your growth. What are you doing today that your future self will thank you for?

It is time to take that step, and we are here to help! Book a free 45-minute consultation with one of our certified fitness professionals. Your coach will work with you on improving habits that will lead to better sleep, fitness and nutrition.

Follow this link for more information.

Paint Night (NDC and EDC)

“Art is a powerful form of medicine – with the power to heal, to find insight, stillness and growth, to de-stress and feel in balance. Making art is a safe space to be wild and free.” Kisa MacIsaac 

Instructor Kisa's painting of three red strawberries with vines and strawberry flowers on a dark background and white dots/stars.

Picture for Jan/Feb paint nights.

Join Campus Well-Being, the Students’ Association and instructor Kisa MacIsaac, for an evening of painting and creative discovery. Participants follow a step-by-step process to create a unique painted canvas.

There is no cost for this event. All students and staff are welcome to register. Limited number of spots.

REGISTERExchange District Campus: Tuesday, Jan 30, 2024, 4:15 to 6:30pm in the Dining Hall in The Roblin Centre near Tim Hortons. 

REGISTER Notre Dame Campus:  Thursday, Feb 8, 2024, 4:15pm to 6:30pm, in The Cave, DM30. 

RECREATION

Monthly Board Game Nights (EDC and NDC)

Six international students sitting around a table playing Monoply.

Bring yourself, your friends or family for an “all welcome” board game night.

DROP-IN – Exchange District Campus: Tuesday, Jan 16, 4pm to 7pm, in the Dining Hall in The Roblin Centre near Tim Hortons.

DROP-IN – Notre Dame Campus: Thursday, Jan 18, 4pm to 7pm, in The Cave, DM30.

Games include: Anomia, Battleship, Boggle, Can you Name 5, Catan Family Edition, Chess and Checkers, Cranium, Taboo, Cribbage and Crib Wars, Dominoes, Forbidden Island, Hedbanz, Jenga, Last Word, Monopoly (board game) and Monoply Deal (cards), Othello, Pictionary, Pictureka, Scrabble, Sequence, Taboo, Telestrations, Trivial Pursuit, Uno, Yahtzee, and You Don’t Say.

Contact Kristi if you’d like to reserve a specific game for your group of friends, classmates or staff team.

Make Your Own Vision Board (NDC, In-Person)

Students sitting at a table each with a piece of poster paper, and crafting materials scattered around including stickers, scissors, glue, magazines and markers.

Treat yourself to two hours of creative fun making your own vision board to set you up for the new year with a clear vision of your commitments to yourself.

A vision board is a visualization tool which refers to a board of any sort used to build a collage of words and pictures that represent your goals and dreams. These inspirational collages serve as your image of the future – a tangible example, idea or representation of where you are going. By putting a vision board somewhere you can see it every day, you will prompt yourself to visualize your life on a regular basis.

Your vision board becomes a powerful reminder throughout the year. Conversation and community will arise naturally as we each engage in our own creative work.


REGISTER – In-Person Session at the Notre Dame Campus: Thursday, Jan 25, 2024 from 4pm to 6pm in The Cave, DM30.

All materials supplied: Scissors, glue, poster board and variety of magazines. Bring any personalized pictures or graphics with you to include if wanted.

MENTAL WELL-BEING

Bell Let’s Talk Day

Bell Let’s Talk is a mental health campaign initiated by Bell Canada that focuses on destigmatizing, building awareness, acceptance, and action in mental health. Keep an eye out for RRCP staff and student volunteers who will be offering swag and engaging in conversations about mental health at all campuses!

Date: January 24th, 2024

Time: 11:00am-1:00pm

Coloring for Wellness

Pencil crayons on a sheet of coloring paper.

Image by Pixabay

Engage in creativity to de-stress this month with our Coloring Tables!

All coloring supplies are free for you to use!

EDC: January 18th in the Atrium from 12:00-2:00pm

NDC: January 25th in the Library Hallway from 12:00-2:00pm

INTRAMURAL SPORT

Intramural sports provide students & staff an opportunity to participate in a variety of recreational sport activities on campus in a safe and supportive environment.  All students and staff are welcome. Registration is not required.

Basketball (3 on 3)

Thursdays 12:00 – 1:00pm (North Gym)

Badminton

 Mondays 4:00 – 5:30pm (North Gym)

Cricket

 Fridays 4:30 – 6:00 (North Gym) 

Futsal (Indoor Soccer)

  Fridays 3:00 – 4:30 (North Gym)

Volleyball

 Wednesdays 4:00 – 5:30pm (North Gym)

Fridays 12:00 – 1:00pm (North Gym)

 

Intramural Sport Schedule – Winter 2024

December 14, 2023

Intramural sports provide students & staff an opportunity to participate in a variety of recreational sport activities on campus in a safe and supportive environment.  

Choose from our intramural sport of the day or come in anytime between 6:30am & 6:00pm to play a sport of your choice. Intramural teams will be determined at game time, and multiple games will be played during each session.

Drop by anytime during these sport sessions to participate. All skill levels are welcome, and no long-term commitment is required!  All sports are played in the Notre Dame Campus North Gym unless otherwise noted.

Sport Schedule (January 8 – March 29, 2024)

Mondays

  • Drop-In Sport – 6:30am – 6:00pm
  • Badminton –  4:00pm – 5:30pm 

Tuesdays  

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  • Drop-In Sport – 6:30am – 6:00pm
  • Basketball – 4:00pm – 5:30pm

Wednesdays  

  • Drop-In Sport – 6:30am – 6:00pm
  • Volleyball – 4:00pm – 5:30pm 

Thursdays   

  • Drop-In Sport – 6:30am – 6:00pm   

Fridays  

  • Drop-In Sport – 6:30am – 6:00pm
  • Futsal – 3:00pm – 4:00pm
  • Cricket – 4:00pm – 5:30pm

Want to add another sport? Or another timeslot? Email Evelyn to become a volunteer Intramural Coordinator and assist in delivering more sports. More information about the Intramural Coordinator position can be found here .

Drop-In Sport

Our North Gym is open for drop-in sports! Sign out sports equipment with our gym staff and play between 6:30am and 6:00pm from Monday to Friday.

We have equipment available to play the following sports:

  • Basketball  
  • Cricket     
  • Pickleball 
  • Football
  • Ultimate Frisbee
  • Spikeball
  • Volleyball
  • Badminton 
  • Futsal (Indoor soccer)

Use your RRC Polytech ID card to sign out equipment with our gym staff. We’ll provide the equipment, and you’re responsible for setup and takedown of the activity. Ask our gym staff for help if you’re not sure how to set something up.

All students and staff are welcome to join. Get active and make some new friends at the same time.

Fitness Class Schedule – Winter 2024

December 14, 2023

We have some talented instructors and a great variety of programs to help get you moving toward your fitness goals or take your routine to the next level. Our coaches will provide exercise progressions & modifications to accommodate all fitness levels.

All classes are at the Notre Dame Campus unless otherwise noted. Some fitness & yoga classes are offered virtually and at the Exchange District Campus. 

Class Schedule (January 8 – March 29, 2024)

Mondays  

Tuesdays  

Wednesdays 

Thursdays  

Fridays 

Please register at the links above. All classes are open to students and staff who have valid facility memberships. More information about memberships can be found here.  Most students and staff automatically have a membership. Email Evelyn for more information.

For more virtual fitness, movement, or wellness workshops, visit MindWell. All programs are free for RRC Polytech staff, students and faculty. Create or sign in to your account to get started.


Class Descriptions

Strength and Conditioning (40 minutes)

  • These fun and high-energy sessions utilize bodyweight exercises, kettlebells, dumbbells, medicine balls, bands, and more for a complete total-body workout. 
  • Improve your mood, health and fitness in this action-packed class that will have you building muscle and fully energized for the rest of your day! 
  • All fitness levels are welcome. Exercise progressions and modifications will be provided throughout each workout to accommodate everyone.  
  • With Coach MG

Muscle and Mobility (40 minutes)

  • Build strength, flexibility, and training knowledge in this self-paced class that focuses on movement quality over quantity.
  • Incorporate a combination of strength exercises with mobility and flexibility drills to counteract our repetitive daily activities.
  • Improve your physical performance and reduce the likelihood of injuries and chronic pain.
  • All fitness levels are welcome. Exercise progressions and modifications will be provided throughout each workout to accommodate everyone.
  • With Coach Justin Ross

Fitness and Lifestyle Consultations (45 min)

What are you doing today that your future self will thank you for?

It is time to take your next step, and we are here to help! Book a free 45-minute consultation with one of our certified fitness professionals. Your coach will work with you on improving habits that will lead to better sleep, fitness and nutrition.

Email Evelyn to book your consultation.

Time with a Trainer (15 minutes)

Sign up for this session to have your questions answered about your exercise routine or anything gym and fitness related. This is a great time to learn how to use the weight room, fine-tune your technique, or progress your exercise routine under the supervision of our certified trainers.

  • Build confidence, knowledge, and independence through a more individualized training experience.
  • Great for all fitness levels! Exercise recommendations will be given to meet your needs and goals.
  • Email Evelyn to schedule this appointment anytime between 8:30am & 4:30pm, Monday to Friday.

December Mindwell Programs

November 30, 2023

As the end of the year approaches, you might find yourself busier with work, school and at home! This means it’s even more important for you to be able to use your tools mindfulness-in-action to help find more ease and comfort where you spend a lot of time.

December’s curated programs will help you find more calm so you can perform and feel your best, no matter what challenges come your way.

If you don’t already have your free Mindwell account, sign up here!

Self-Compassion Practices for More Ease

When life gets busy, sometimes the best thing we can do is offer ourselves some self-compassion.

Back by popular demand, join Erin McCarthy, Ph.D. to develop your skills of self-compassion in this 4 week class.

Join Erin McCarthy Thursdays at 1pm ET. Weekly 30-minute sessions begin Thursday, December 7th. Register here!

How to Increase Your Patience

A stack of rocks, big to small, balancing on top of one another by the ocean.

For most people, a little extra patience would go a long way. Whether it’s patience with your kids, colleagues, friends or family – or while waiting in a long grocery line – increasing your ability to remain patient in even the most stressful situations will not only improve your own well-being, but the well-being of those around you too.

Join Ross every Friday at 11am CT to learn new tools to improve your patience – no matter what life brings your way. Register here!

Finding Fitness Opportunities Everywhere

A woman running on a trail in the mountains.

Fitness doesn’t always have to mean joining a yoga studio or going to the gym. You can improve your fitness anywhere!

Join Lucia every Tuesday in December at 11:30am CT to explore how you can leverage your built and natural environments to improve your fitness wherever you may be. Register here!

The Wisdom of Nature

A picture of pond or lake in the winter with pine trees and snowy mountains in the back.

Our modern lifestyles keep many of us predominantly indoors, and the colder weather often doesn’t help us get outside. Yet, nature is an important part of human life.

Join Dr. Ellen every Wednesday in December at 11am CT to discover nature’s wisdom, and how things like dirt therapy and powerful plants can help you maintain positive mental health and overall well-being. Register here!

Creating a Work Environment that Fosters Mindfulness

3 plants of different sizes sprouting from the soil.

Mindfulness is a powerful tool for all areas of life, and potentially even more so in the workplace where many of us spend most of our days.

Join Coach Jackie every Monday in December at 12pm CT to learn tools you can use to help create a work environment that fosters mindfulness. Register here!

Reminder for New Year 30 Day Mindfulness Challenge!

We are bringing back the 30 Day “Take 5” Mindfulness Challenge in the New Year.

Take 5 Daily takes just five minutes a day, anytime, anywhere and on any device, yet there is evidence that it lowers stress, increases resilience, improves teamwork, and strengthens leadership skills.

This opportunity teaches ‘mindfulness-in-action’ so people don’t need to stop what they are doing to become calm, present and focused.

Stay tuned for registration and for the opportunity to win prizes!

RRC Polytech campuses are located on the lands of Anishinaabe, Ininiwak, Anishininew, Dakota, and Dené, and the National Homeland of the Red River Métis.

We recognize and honour Treaty 3 Territory Shoal Lake 40 First Nation, the source of Winnipeg’s clean drinking water. In addition, we acknowledge Treaty Territories which provide us with access to electricity we use in both our personal and professional lives.

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