Kimamow Atoskanow Foundation (KAF)

Autumn Greetings 2021

Silver Sage Centre is surrounded by the colours of Autumn. It is a beautiful time of year and good opportunity to reflect on the abundance of our Summer. We were able to travel and visit with many of our partners over the last few months. Spending time sitting around the fire, attending ceremonies, and being on the land has been fulfilling.

As we approach colder weather, it is a time of preparation for Kimamow Atoskanow Foundation. We will be introducing a number of new projects over the next month. This strengthens the work we already do and recognizes the need for adaptations given the shadow that COVID-19 continues to cast on our homeland.

Many thanks are extended to our KAF family for action and observance of National Day of Truth and Reconciliation and the National Day of Action for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and 2SLGBTQ+ People. The attention paid to increasing awareness of issues affecting Indigenous Peoples also increases our need to be inclusive in our planning and facilitating of projects. We acknowledge our ancestors, survivors, and descendants by sharing a quote from Ken Ward, “lest we not forget our relatives of the residential school era…”. Together we move forward to a Heal-thy Response!


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KAF Spring Retreat

  • Location Silver Sage Centre
  • Date June 11 - 12, 2021
  • Time 10 - 3
We welcome our KAF family back to Silver Sage this weekend. As we move through the stages of re-opening in Alberta, we are excited to have our KAF family back together. We will be reviewing the accomplishments of our last fiscal year as part of our internal evaluation process. In addition, our new projects will be discussed with an official public launch on June 17, 2021. Safe travels!!