Wednesday February 13th – 7:00 pm
Troy Patenaude, “Contemporary Indigenous Relations”
Troy Patenaude is Manager for Visitor Experiences and Indigenous Relations at Fort Calgary. He is a cultural historian of Metis heritage who seeks to make Canada a more just and resilient place through land-based education, intercultural sharing, and the arts.
All meetings are in the conference room on the lower level at Parkdale United Church, 2919 – 8 Avenue N.W. at 7pm. Donations are always welcome, but there is no charge.
A world without war. A just world at peace.
By holding educational events, providing information to local schools and faith groups and maintaining a resource centre, the Ploughshares Calgary Society seeks to build sustainable peace, encourage practical steps towards nuclear disarmament and minimize recourse to military force. Read more.