Ǫgwehǫweh/Onkwehonweh Language Advisor

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Ǫgwehǫweh/Onkwehonweh Language Advisor   JOB DESCRIPTION Oversee the creation of language resource material in the six languages of the Hodinǫhsoni Confederacy working alongside the Language & Cultural Coordinator. Consultation with Woodland’s support communities Six Nations of the Grand River, Wahta Mohawks and Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte. Support and advise the building of resources… Read more »

Giving Tuesday

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Save the Date. As Black Friday approaches remember to #dogood on November 30th for #GivingTuesday this year. Special Nya:węh to the Dufresne-Ray Fund at Hamilton Community Foundation for matching the first $5000 of donations made next Tuesday. How do you plan on giving back and doing good this year? https://woodlandculturalcentre.ca/giving-tuesday…/

Job Posting: Associate Director

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Associate Director   JOB PURPOSE Reporting to the Executive Director, the Associate Director is responsible for successful implementation of the Woodland Cultural Centre’s objectives and programs as outlined in Woodland’s Strategic Plan. The individual will possess practical experience in organizational management, program implementation and donor relations. The Associate Director will work closely with the Executive… Read more »

Job Posting: Manager of Education

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Manager of Education  SUMMARY Reporting to the Executive Director, the Manager of Education will implement the Woodland Cultural Centre’s objective to move towards educational programming that makes a personal connection with students and advances understanding of, and respect for, Indigenous cultures, languages, histories, rights and perspectives. The Manager of Education will lead a team of… Read more »

Dr.Rick Monture Discussion of the 1924 implementation of the elected band council

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1926. Do you know why that year was significant on Six Nations? Join Dr. Rick Monture as he discusses his research about 1924 and the implementation of the elected band council. Following the presentation there will be time for a guided community conversation. Participants are welcome to bring stories and questions about this historical moment… Read more »

INDIGENOUS ART 2021

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Last Chance for INDIGENOUS ART 2021. We encourage you to browse the work on our website if you can’t make it in person and support Indigenous Artists by proudly displaying their work. This piece comes alive at you when you look at it. “Spirit Song” by Bridget Melody Read Artist Bios, photographs of their work,… Read more »

Save the Evidence November Newsletter Out Now!

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Save the Evidence November Newsletter Released by Woodland Cultural Centre With Project Updates and What’s Coming Up The Save the Evidence campaign is an initiative launched by the Woodland Cultural Centre to raise awareness and support for the restoration of the former Mohawk Institute Residential School building. The vision is to turn the building into… Read more »

Giving Tuesday

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Another one of our support communities stepping up in a big way and we want to give a big Nya:węh! We were overwhelmed by the group effort from Wolf Energy from Wahta. They raised $50,000 for the #savetheevidence campaign! “As the owner of Wolf Energy, I received most of the credit. The truth is, I… Read more »

The Overthrow of the Six Nations Confederacy Council in 1924: A Community Conversation with Rick Monture

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Attend our event on November 24th, 2021: The Overthrow of the Six Nations Confederacy Council in 1924: A Community Conversation with Rick Monture at 1PM Join Dr. Rick Monture as he discusses his research about 1924; following the presentation there will be time for a guided community conversation, participants are welcome to bring stories and… Read more »