Living Heritage Symposium

The Living Heritage Symposium is a free, one-day event that showcases and encourages the expression of knowledge, skills and practices of the human experience. This year’s symposium takes place April 29, 2016 in Regina with the theme Living Heritage: Truth & Reconciliation through the Sharing of Stories. Some of the featured activities include a keynote address by Dr. Shauneen Pete, Executive Lead: Indigenization, University of Regina, presentations from youth about truth and reconciliation, and dance, music and poetry. Find more information, including how to register, on the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy’s website.