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Kihcihkaw askî Guided Visit

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Yes, you are invited: Lewis Cardinal, our March speaker for the Beyond Land Acknowledgements series and Project Manager of the centre, generously invited us to have a guided tour of Kihcihkaw askî, the Indigenous Knowledge and Wisdom Centre, on Whitemud Creek in the Edmonton river valley.

Advanced registration is required as space is limited.

If you reserve a space, but are unable to attend, please let us know so we can release your ticket.


Important: Wear suitable footwear for gravel pathways and dress for the weather conditions on the day.

Meet at Westwood (11135 65 Avenue NW) by 1 pm to carpool


Meet at the centre (14141 Fox Drive NW) at 1:30 pm


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