Indigenous Ways of Knowing and Being through a contemporary lens

Chantal will share her own personal story and how Traditional teachings have helped her heal and overcome many challenges in her own life. Truth and Reconciliation has been talked about but rarely understood, Chantal aims to create a more accessible starting point for conversations. Chantal shares traditional songs and storytelling to build understanding, connection and community. Focusing on what brings us together and unites us will help us create bridges and work together towards a better world for all our future generations.

About the speaker

Chantal is a Cree Ojibwe Métis Singer, Drummer, Artist, Storyteller, Actor, Educator, Workshop Facilitator, Social Justice Advocate and Activist with roots in Muskeg Lake Cree Nation, Saskatchewan. She shares Traditional Indigenous Arts, Culture, History, and Teachings in Classrooms from Preschool through University, at Conferences, Conventions, Galas, Community Gatherings, and Social Justice Events. Chantal has performed at the National Music Centre, Jubilee Auditorium, Jack Singer Concert Hall, Saddle Dome, and other stages showcasing Traditional, Contemporary and Modern Music. Chantal aims to entertain, engage, enlighten, educate, inspire, empower and create bridges of opportunity for cooperation, understanding and healing for our past and future generations.

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