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We are in unique times. Many are asking what our role is in reconciliation. This engaging, thought-provoking session will provide examples and insights while exploring Canada’s history through an Indigenous lens. We will look at the Four Blankets of Resilience developed by Monique through working in Indigenous communities for over 25 years. This leads to a deeper understanding of why respect, relationships, and resilience are critical elements of reconciliation.
Monique Gray Smith is a mixed heritage woman of Cree, Lakota, and Scottish descent. An award-winning author, international speaker, and sought-after consultant, she focuses on fostering paradigm shifts that emphasize the strength and resiliency of Canada’s First Peoples. Her novel Tilly: A Story of Hope and Resilience won the Burt Award for First Nation, Métis and Inuit Literature; her children’s book My Heart Fills with Happiness was on the BC Bestseller List for 37 weeks. Monique is known for her storytelling, spirit of generosity, and focus on resilience. www.moniquegraysmith.com