March 16, 2019 10 – 6 p.m. Sandy Saulteaux Retreat Centre, Beausejour, MB Children are sacred, every single one. When traumatized, children respond in predictable and often troublesome ways. Grandmother Pahan Pte San Win’s work with incarcerated youth has taught her some surprising lessons about trauma response and what youth […]
After more than three decades, Wanbdi Wakita has completed his work in corrections to accept the position of Grandfather in Residence to the University of Manitoba Access Program. He said, “I’ve learned so much from the men over the years. I have many memories. Now is my time to go. […]
There are 1.27 million people living in Manitoba. In the past ten years 221 have been chosen to receive the Order of Manitoba. On May, 12, 2016, Wanbdi Wakita became one of them. “While the individual accomplishments of the women and men recommended this year for investiture are wide ranging, […]
In February 2016, Pahan Pte San Win was presented with the 10th Annual Aboriginal Circle of Educators Award in the category of Honouring Our Elders, Winnipeg Manitoba. What makes her deserving of this honor? This is what some have said. “… She has been working hard to promote Aboriginal […]
In February 2015 Wanbdi Wakita was presented with the 9th Annual Aboriginal Circle of Educators Award in the category of Honouring Our Elders, Winnipeg Manitoba. Congratulations Wanbdi!
During the deep cold of February 2015, Pahan Pte San Win and Wanbdi Wakita traveled north to Yellowknife, NWT. Pahan delivered a Keynote address titled, Walking the Four Directions of Love at the NWT Wellness Conference. Wanbdi Wakita gave a workshop, Living a Life Teachings. Afterwards conference organizers said, “Our keynote speaker, […]