Whabagoon

Whabagoon

Whabagoon is an Ojibway Elder of the Lac Seul First Nation, a Keeper of Sacred Pipes, active community member, speaker, and a land defender and water protector. Whabagoon’s strong commitment toward educating the community has earned her the Community Service Award given by the Bank of Montreal and the Alzheimer’s Society to person’s who combine business and community service. When she is not busy speaking, or teaching in the community, and working with diverse groups, ages and backgrounds; Whabagoon enjoys painting, singing, and participating in community hand drum circles and events.

Opening Ceremony & Keynote: d’bi.young anitafrika

Fleck Dance Theatre, Queen's Quay Terminal

An opening ceremony to mark the official beginning of the Canadian Writers’ Summit will be performed by Whabagoon, an Ojibway Elder of the Lac Seul First Nation. Whabagoon is an Ojibway Elder of the Lac Seul First Nation, a Keeper of Sacred Pipes, active community member, speaker, and a land defender and water protector. Whabagoon’s […]

Craft of Writing / L’art de l’écriture Keynote / Présentation principale
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