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Lands and Peoples Reconciliation Model Sunday Jan 19th

Joe Copper Jack, grandson of Chief Jim Boss and Elder within the Ta'an Kwäch'än Council, presents his Lands and Peoples Reconciliation Model. The model aims to bring First Nation principles into land planning and relationship building practices. Joe Copper Jack will explain how traditional Knowledge and western science principles can work together.

Sunday January 19th 3:30pm

Downstairs meeting room at the Whitehorse Library.

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