Storytelling & Knowledge Sharing

Indigenous Voices Logo; turquoise with sound waves and ojibwe floralsOII hosts an ongoing program of Indigenous storytelling and knowledge sharing throughout the year. We invite Indigenous Elders, Knowledge Keepers, community members and teachers to share their experiences, perspectives and wisdom virtually, to bring us together across communities, from Western, to London to CMO, and beyond.

Reconnecting to the Land: Moose Hunting and Harvesting 

Sara Mai Chitty, Paula Cornelius-Hedgepeth 

Oct 19, 2022, Time 4:00 p.m. via Zoom 

At the end of September, Paula and Sara Mai had the opportunity to participate in a moose hunt and harvest in Northern Ontario, to enhance their understanding of land-based learning, and cultural harvesting practices. Join them as they recount their stories and what they learned, and to see if they even got a moose! 


For presentation via Zoom. Register in advance for each meeting, after registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. 


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Peetooteewiit Logo with Sound waves and ojibwe flowers. Words say "Peetooteewiit Reconnecting to the Land: Moose hunting and harvesting." Oct 19 4pm-5:30pm on Zoom. Headshots of two women. One has light brown hair and glasses with a blue shirt. The other woman has dark hair wearing a jean jacket.