Cancelled due to presenter illness. Registrants will be contacted when this seminar is rescheduled.
Qualifies for 2.5 CPD hours, all of which qualify for Ethics.
Join us Thursday, May 11 in Saskatoon at TCU Place. This session will be in person and live-streamed, and will not be recorded.
Tony Stevenson travels to schools, universities, businesses and labour organizations to give presentations on truth and reconciliation. Originally from the Cote First Nation and a member of the Anishnabec First Nation in the Treaty 4 Area in Saskatchewan, he attended the Qu’Appelle Indian Residential School in Lebret, Saskatchewan from Grades 5 to 12. He worked extensively with the IAP compensation process preparing and representing peers and elders for compensation hearings. Tony was awarded the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal and recognized by both the Saskatchewan and Regina Chambers of Commerce for creating a cross-culture work project at the Conexus Credit Union. Tony’s wife, Marcie MacArthur-Stevenson, also a residential school survivor, joins Tony for part of this session.
Learn more about Tony’s work at MJ’s Ole Skool Crew.