Aanyaakaaniistaappii (Calendar of Events)

See below for a list of Indigenous events hosted by Mount Royal University and local communities.

Campus Events

Event Dates Location About
William Prince

Dec. 1, 2022

8 p.m.

Bella Concert Hall

Taylor Centre for the Performing Arts

William Prince approaches the big questions with humility and curiosity, and his songwriting is a masterclass in skillful simplicity. Since his JUNO Award win in 2017, Prince’s momentum has continued to build, with each new album adding depth and dimension to an exceptional body of work that has received international acclaim. From national network television appearances, top tier media coverage and performances at major international festivals, William Prince has become one of the country’s most respected and celebrated songwriters.

Tickets.

tea with oid 

dec. 15, 2022

2 – 4 p.m.

in person. room t123.

the mru community is invited to join the office of Indigenization and decolonization (oid) for tea. this is a good way to get to know each other, share stories, and listen. in addition to tea, please enjoy catered bannock. 

register.

Community Events

Event Dates Location About

Indigenous Disability Awareness Month

 

 

November 2022

 

 

Indigenous peoples of Canada experience a disability rate significantly higher than that of the general population. Indigenous Disability Awareness Month (IDAM) brings awareness of these barriers and the issues that Indigenous peoples living with disabilities and their families face every day. More importantly though, in spite of these barriers, IDAM celebrates the achievements of Indigenous peoples living with disabilities and recognize the significant and valuable contributions they make to our communities socially, economically, and culturally every day.

Learn more about IDAM and the British Columbia Aboriginal Network on Disability Society (BCANDS). 

Indigenous Voices: Kainai Elder, Casey Eagle Speaker

Nov. 23, 2022

6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

St. Mary's University 

Owerko Hall H100

14500 Banniser Road S.E. Calgary, AB 

Join Kainai Elder, Casey Eagle Speaker, to learn about Traditional Blackfoot Values

This event is free. Register.

Ongoing Courses with Old Sun Community College 

July 2022-April 2023

Old Sun Community College is a Siksika-led, Board Governed educational institution that operates as a comprehensive, non-profit organization on the Siksika Nation reserve.

 

Old Sun Community College is offering multiple courses throughout the upcoming semesters such as: 

  • Block Course SK 360-Sun Dance Course
  • SL200-Introduction to the Siksika Language
  • SK252- Residential Schools at Siksika 

 

For a complete list of courses and for more information, please view here.

 

To register, email Fritzi.woods@oldsuncollege.ca