Next Up Begins Regina Program & Pilots New Format in Saskatoon & Regina

Next Up began our very first year of programming in Regina (Treaty 4 territory) on November 5 & 6, 2016, a week after the Saskatoon (Treaty 6 territory) program began its 7th year.

The first ever Next Up Regina cohort poses outside Heritage Community Association where their meetings will be held. 
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  In both Regina and Saskatoon, Next Up is trying out a new format for our programming in Saskatchewan this year, which consists of six full weekends of training over the course of the six-month program, in lieu of the weekly evening sessions in our usual programs. We began our orientations with prayers and words from Elder Marjorie Beaucage in Saskatoon and Life Speaker Noel Starblanket in Regina. In both cities, we also participated in a process created by Marjorie Beaucage called A Medicine Wheel for the Indian Act, which consists of learning and sharing about colonial history and our experiences with it. The weekend also consisted of learning about social change theory and building skills for hosting sessions. 


 See our website in December for a photo of our newest Saskatoon cohort. 

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