Successful Cultural Networking Day celebrated
The Ktunaxa Nation Council Employment and Training Department hosted a cultural networking day on February 11.
Participants at the daylong event took part in a variety of cultural activities, including Ktunaxa language lessons and storytelling, archaeology presentations and an overview of the mandate of the Ktunaxa Nation Council Traditional Knowledge and Language Sector.
“This was not just an opportunity for our partners to come together to learn more about Ktunaxa culture and the Ktunaxa Nation Council as an organization,” said Codie Morigeau, Employment and Training Operational Director. “It was an opportunity to showcase our current education and employment programs and partnerships and to start building more of these essential linkages throughout Ktunaxa Territory.”
The networking day was held at the Ktunaxa Nation Government Building, the Aboriginal Gathering Place at the College of the Rockies and Street Angels.
“The feedback I’ve received from participants has been outstanding,” continued Morigeau. “We will be hosting more of these events in the future, so I would encourage any business or organization that would like to participate to contact the Employment and Training Department as soon as possible.”
Ktunaxa Nation Council