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Conversation Café:  A Métis Journey through Religion to Relations  

When: Tuesday, Nov 24, 2020

Time: 2:00-3:00

Where: Zoom

Come and reflect on one of the most important topics in Canada: indigenous–settler relations. To learn more about how Settler colonialism has interfered with and dispossessed Indigenous relations, let’s listen to our guest’s story and hear his personal and professional journey in understanding Métis relations and identity through understanding religion. 

Dr. Paul L. Gareau is Métis from Bellevue in the Batoche area and is an assistant professor in the Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta. He is the academic lead for the Indigenous Canada Massive Open Online Course (MOOC). 

If you are interested in knowing more about Indigenous issues, if you are taking the Indigenous Canada on-line course, or if you live or going to live in Canada, this event is for you!



Weekly Virtual Lounge

When: Every Thursday at 1pm  

Where: on Zoom

A weekly gathering for community connection and meaningful conversation! Meet old friends and new ones and talk about the topic of the day. Bring your own coffee, tea or cold drink, and it’ll be just like in our cozy lounge in Z!

**Please note that you need to use the Google Chrome browser to access Rooms from a computer**  


Contemplative Cues

When: Monday’s On Instagram  

How it works:

Contemplate: check out @cu_mfsc every Monday for a for a new creative prompt to think over through the week.

Respond: You share any thoughts on the theme , such as a poem you've written, a photograph, a recipe  or even a slice of coding script  by using our hashtag #mfsccc and tagging us on instagram @cu_mfsc

Inspire: Join us on Wednesdays for an interview with contributors from previous weeks.

For more info: email Mark Weissfelner (


Marking Grateful Moments

When: Friday's 11am to 11:30am  

Where: Zoom

Feeling like one day blends into the next? Join us by marking your grateful moments at the end of the week in sharing what you appreciated, accomplished, are thankful for, or has meaning to you. Let’s mark it! Join us on Facebook Rooms.

Spiritual activities, services and spaces

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The Multi-faith and Spirituality Centre continues to be open for listening and support through one on one conversations and virtual gatherings. Please let us know by email  if you would like one of our staff to contact you or check our Facebook page for details. Together, we will get through this difficult time.

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