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Saskatoon Sharing Stories

Date posted: June 6, 2017

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Newcomer students at the University of Saskatchewan will be able to learn about Metis, Islamic, and Ukrainian history in Saskatchewan through the Canadian Roots Exchange. The program, Sharing Stories, focuses on marginalized narratives, cross-cultural dialogue, and decolonizing spaces.

Three day trips will be held on June 19 at Batoche, June 30 at a local mosque, and it is to be determined when the last event will be held.

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