Mâmawipaýiwin, the Cree word for togetherness, supports children, youth, and families to become actively involved in a cultural life by increasing the number of Indigenous experiences offered during service delivery. Families have access to culturally rooted programs and services, ensuring all individuals have the opportunity to learn and practice culture. The program collaborates with Indigenous people, Elders, and knowledge keepers, using the principles of Circle Process, Truth and Reconciliation, Relational Accountability, and Ceremony. Programming reflects the holistic nature of Indigenous worldviews, which considers the context and connection of children, family, and community well-being.
For more information: Mâmawipaýiwin Poster
Contact: Family Resource Network Hub 780-352-4643 ext. 28 or firstname.lastname@example.org