Join Us For Indigenous Week at AUSU

Good day everyone!

We are very excited to announce that Indigenous Week at AUSU begins on September 19, 2022. We have some great events and social media content planned for you during this week, including:

  • September 20 at 5 MT –  Medicine Wheel Teaching with Traditional Knowledge Keeper, Cree Elder, Storyteller, and Pipe Carrier Cheryle Chagnon-Greyeyes
  • September 22 at 1130 MT – a screening of the Mohawk Institute Residential School Virtual Tour presented by Woodland Cultural Centre
  • September 22 at 5 MT – Meet Bear Clan Patrol, a presentation by Beaver Hills House chapter volunteer Rose Fontaine

For a free Zoom link, please RSVP at the following Eventbrite pages:

If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, or if you’d like to get involved, please email the Indigenous Circle directly at or contact AUSU at

In addition, if you would like to learn more about getting involved with AUSU as an Indigenous student and meet current Indigenous Circle Members, check out the Indigenous Circle page, and join the Indigenous Circle Facebook group. Students are also welcome to contact the Indigenous Circle directly.

For resources and information at AU, please visit Nukskahtowin.

Hope to see you all there!

Your AUSU Executive,

Karen Fletcher, President
Trishtina Godoy-Contois, Vice President External and Indigenous Circle member
Naju Syed, Vice President Finance and Administration
Natalia Iwanek, Vice President Community and Wellness