Truth and Reconciliation
Learn About Our Truth and Reconciliation Summit Report
On Saturday, October 29, 2016, Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity hosted a Truth and Reconciliation Summit. These were some of the findings.
The Aesthetic Advantage: Q+A With Faculty Diane Ragsdale
We caught up with lead faculty for the Leadership program The Aesthetic Advantage to talk about how beauty and business can intersect to create something new.
Truth and Reconciliation Summit: Words of Wisdom
Some thoughts on reconciliation and how to take action from participants and speakers from our Truth and Reconciliation Summit, which took place October 29.
Visualizing Truth and Reconciliation: The Story Behind Our Design
On October 29 Banff Centre will host a Truth and Reconciliation Summit here on campus. Read on to learn the rich and important story behind the design of the Summit's logo.
Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity hosts Truth and Reconciliation Summit
Join 340 participants from local government, education, business, heritage and culture, justice, health and social services, for a community conversation on Truth and Reconciliation.
Sat, Oct 29, 2016
Truth and Reconciliation Summit
Learn more about the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 Calls to Action to help you develop an approach for building new relationships with Canada’s Indigenous peoples.
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How Getting a Foot in the Door Can Launch Indigenous Careers
Lougheed Leadership alumnus Percy Rain shares his journey and how he is helping indigenous people to get a foot in the door to launch their own careers.
How to Be a Community Leader
A community leader from Dawson Creek shares what happened when she stopped, listened, and empathized with her fellow community members.
Creative Voices: 2008 - How We Got Our Painted Tipi
To mark its anniversary, Banff Centre honoured Sleeping Buffalo Mountain and its history as Treaty 7 and traditional Blackfoot territory by holding a traditional tipi transfer ceremony.
International cultural leader, Russell Willis Taylor, to develop leadership programs at Banff Centre
Banff Centre welcomes Russell Willis Taylor, former President and CEO of the National Arts Strategies (U.S.), as a senior consultant overseeing leadership programs at Banff Centre.