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Hosting designated community talking & healing circles every Tuesdays & Thursdays at the Cowessess Powwow Grounds. Please join us!
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We will get through this together, one day at a time. Today news broke of 751 unmarked graves at The Marieval Residential School. Our community is grieving the loss of these children who never made it home, and we will do everything we can…
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In March 2020, Cowessess citizens voted to ratify their own legislation pertaining to child welfare, placing the community as one of the first Indigenous Nations in Canada to pass its own child welfare legislation – the Miyo Pimatisowin Act – which supports its rights and jurisdiction over child and family services for its citizens.