Welcome to the Supporting Each Other’s Journey Land Acknowledgment Series.

This webinar series is designed to:

  • acknowledge the power of Indigenous resilience, and understand the intended purpose, history and context around offering land acknowledgements
  • embark on the journey towards reconciliation, by using land acknowledgements with more purpose, conviction, and integrity
  • develop a personalized, relational, land acknowledgment

The webinar series is a component of the Wabishki Bizhiko Skaanj Learning Pathway, which uses four L’s as a foundational methodology: looking, listening, learning and leading.

This framework exemplifies a journey of uncovering knowledge through an Indigenous lens. The webinar series was formed with the 4 L’s as a guide, as reflected in the medicine wheel below.

Series Guide

This guidebook provides space for the user to dig deeper in learning and understanding land acknowledgments as an act of reconciliation.

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This webinar brings together non-Indigenous panelists to observe and examine racial identities, privileges and bias. Topics include discomfort, learning journey, emotions, and “zones of learning.”


  • Harley Eagle, Cultural Safety Facilitator
  • Dr. Amit Garg, Nephrologist
  • Dr. Joanne Kappel, Nephrologist
  • Ken Litchfield, Patient Partner, Can-SOLVE CKD Network
  • Mila Tang, Core Operations Team, Can-SOLVE CKD Network

This webinar explores teachings provided by two Indigenous Knowledge Keepers surrounding the significance, history and context of land to Indigenous peoples.


  • “Latash” Maurice Nahanee, Knowledge Keeper from Skwxwú7mesh Úxwumixw Squamish Nation
  • Dr. Myra Laramee, Knowledge Keeper, Fisher River Cree Nation

This webinar explores the history of colonization and its impacts on Indigenous People. Importance of community connection is discussed.


  • Letitia Pokiak, Inuvialuit from Inuvialuit Settlement Region
  • Helen Robinson-Settee, Anishinaabe from Dauphin River First Nation

This webinar summarizes key themes from the first 3 webinars with additional closing remarks with a focus on local and global context of acknowledging Indigenous lands and territories and a call to action. Looking, listening, learning and leading are used as a foundational methodology.


  • Craig Settee, IPERC Coordinator, Can-SOLVE CKD Network