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  • Shingwauk Residential School Center
    the Children of Shingwauk Alumni Association The history and activities associated with the Shingwauk and Wawanosh Indian Residential Schools 1873 1970 which were located on what is now the university campus are being gathered under the auspices of the SRSC Welcome Welcome to the Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre SRSC site Within this site you will find information about the events projects and initiatives undertaken by the SRSC We invite you

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  • Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre | Shingwauk Residential School Center
    in 2005 The SRSC is a cross cultural research and educational development project of AU CSAA and NRSSS The founders of these decades long efforts were joined together by their recognition of the profound importance of the commitment to the Shingwauk Trust and the relationship with Canada s Aboriginal Peoples that AU assumed upon its relocation in 1971 in partnership with the Keewatinung Anishnabek Institute to the site of the

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  • The Shingwauk Project | Shingwauk Residential School Center
    cross cultural understanding and for synthesis of traditional Anishnabek and modern European knowledge and learning systems Commissioned in 1832 in co operation with Canadian Government and Anglican Church partners as part of St John s Mission to the Ojibway the Shingwauk School was opened in Sault Ste Marie in 1833 It relocated to Garden River 1838 74 and to the current site as the Shingwauk and Wawanosh Industrial Homes Shingwauk 1874 1935 and Wawanosh 1876 96 1935 and the Shingwauk Indian Residential School 1935 70 As part of Chief Shingwauk s new strategy of Aboriginal rights selfdetermination and modern community development the School s cross cultural educational project was also regarded as essential to the restoration of cosmological balance and of social harmony between Aboriginal and non Aboriginal Canadians and between both Peoples and the natural environment Inspired by Shingwauk s Vision the Shingwauk Project the Children of Shingwauk Alumni Association CSAA former students of the Shingwauk and Wawanosh Schools and staff descendants families and friends and the National Residential School Survivors Society NRSSS former Indian Inuit and Metis Residential School students from across Canada are partnered with Algoma University the Anglican Church the Shingwauk Education Trust SET the Dan Pine Healing Lodge and others to research collect preserve and display the history of the Residential Schools develop and deliver projects of sharing healing and learning in relation to the impacts of the Schools and of individual and community cultural restoration and accomplish the true realization of Chief Shingwauk s Vision In 2006 Algoma University College signed the Shingwauk Covenant with Shingwauk Education Trust further cementing this commitment In 2008 Algoma University College received its University Charter with the special mission of cross cultural Aboriginal education and research in keeping with the history of the site Through their partnership the

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  • SRSC News | Shingwauk Residential School Center
    Sault Ste Marie Additional details are avaible on the Exhibitions page October November 2013 The Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre is pleased to announce the upcoming exhibition of Journey Women Minwasshin Journey Women is an art exhibit of body map images created by 8 women in a 3 day arts based workshop on the healing experiences of Aboriginal Women For more details see the Exhibitions page September 2013 The Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre is pleased to host the Serving Time at The Mush Hole Visual Testimony of R G Miller Lahiaaks Mohawk Six Nations Selected works from Mush Hole Remembered 2008 art exhibit The exhibit will be on display at the SRSC from September 12th to October 10th June 2013 The Arthur A Wishart Library and the Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre SRSC have received the prestigious 2013 Archives Association of Ontario s AAO Institutional Award for their integrated approach to the archival endeavour archival science and archival enterprise from 2010 2012 Read more about the award here Arthur A Wishart Library and the Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre SRSC were awarded the SSMARt Innovation Project of the Year Award This award acknowledges an organization whose IT science project demonstrates leadership and or

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  • Site Tours | Shingwauk Residential School Center
    are created to fit the needs of your particular group There is no minimum or maximum group size but we do request participant numbers at the time of booking Typical tours include a presentation focusing on Residential Schools in Sault Ste Marie a former Residential School student speaking about their experience and a tour of the grounds The grounds portion of the tour included a tour of Shingwauk Hall the

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  • Contact Us | Shingwauk Residential School Center
    Residential Schools Centre Contact Us Contact Us For general information and feedback as well as to notify us about a problem with the site please use the form found here Contact Us For a specific request for research for example if you are looking for a photograph of a relative who attended residential school please use the form found below In order to best safeguard your privacy we require you

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  • Exhibitions | Shingwauk Residential School Center
    a performance artist based in Kelowna Okanagan Nation territory Born in Canada she draws upon her Japanese heritage to trouble sedimented notions of nation building cultural belonging and political compulsions in her creative work She has served as the art facilitator at the Downtown Eastside Women s Centre in Vancouver Ayumi guest co edited the Summer 2012 issue of West Coast Line Reconcile this which explores the interconnections between reconciliation

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  • Past Events | Shingwauk Residential School Center
    Why The Caged Bird Sings by Cheryl L Hirondelle Art Gallery of Algoma Sault Ste Marie ON February 27 April 26 2014 Children to Children Project of Heart Commemoration Project 180 Projects Gallery Sault Ste Marie ON December 2013 Journey Women An Art Exhibit of Aborinal Women s Healing Experiences Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre Sault Ste Marie ON November 2013 Serving Time at The Mush Hole Visual Testimony of R

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