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Mamawe Ota Askihk: Sharing Life Together Here on Earth

August 28 - August 29

Gather with Indigenous and settler allies to reclaim the homegrown, the homespoken, the homebred, and the homemade.

We are re-envisioning our annual event in light of the current health guidelines to reduce the transmission of COVID-19.

Two days of outdoor learning from the land and each other. Possible activities include rattle making, a medicine walk, outdoor cooking, gardening and pottery.

Stay tuned for details and save the dates!

Come root yourself in an understanding of the land as our health. Share in the spiritual teaching, laughter, and new learning. And most importantly, taste the beauty of friendships formed through nurturing one another as the earth nurtures us.



Each day’s program will run from 9:00 am – 5:30 pm.

Space is limited and we are committed to having a balance of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people participate.

In-person participants will receive lunch and snacks. Overnight accommodations are not available on site. Participants under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent, guardian or caregiver.

Virtual participation through video conferencing will also be available for portions of the event.

If you would like to attend, please contact us at sansau@mymts.net or 204-268-3913.


One day in-person: $75

Two days in- person: $125

Two days through Zoom video conference: $25


Payment options:

E-transfer sent to Robert@sandysaulteaux.ca

Telephone 204-268-3913 for registration by credit card

Fax 204-268-4463 for registration by credit card

In person registration at SSSC Office by appointment at 204-268-3913


If these fees are a barrier to you, please contact us. Funding is available to cover the travel and registration of Indigenous participants.



Health protocol:

SSSC will enforce social distancing and sanitization protocols in compliance with MB Public Health orders. Failure by attendees to follow these instructions may result in their dismissal or cancellation of the event. Parents/caregivers are responsible for ensuring that their children practice social distancing.


August 28
August 29


Sandy-Saulteaux Spiritual Centre
29 Dugard Rd.
Beausejour, Manitoba R0E 0C0 Canada
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