Truth, Reconciliation, Decolonization, Inclusion
College of Pharmacy and Nutrition
University of Saskatchewan
wāpa kih ôtēh nīkāhn
Tomorrow in the making, looking forward to tomorrow.
We strive to provide resources to Indigenous students, and to share the experiences, interests, and success stories of our Indigenous alumn.
Indigenous Success Stories
Emma Marie Werezak
Third Year PharmD Student Member of the Muskeg Lake Cree First Nation
Master student in Nutrition - Member of the Metis Nation Saskatchewan
National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
On the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, the CoPN Indigenous Initiatives Committee will be attending Rock Your Roots: Walk for Reconciliation! The event will begin at 8:00am with a Pancake Breakfast hosted by CUMFI outside their office at 315 Ave M South.
The walk begins at 10am from that location and proceeds down 20th Street W to Victoria Park (Reconciliation Circle at the foot of the "Where Our Paths Cross" installation). When the procession arrives, we'll have a short program followed by games in the park! Event will end at 12pm.
Our Food is Our Future
Our Food is our Future, is an original podcast produced with Eat Well Saskatchewan and graciously funded by the Community Initiatives Fund. It's a 20-part series that explores food as medicine and the wellness of our communities with an Indigenous perspective.
Food explorer and host Moe Mathieu will bring you along on his quest to share stories, knowledge and excitement about traditional foods and the role food plays in our culture here in the province of Saskatchewan. Our Food is Our Future has collaborated with inspiring guests, community leaders, food experts, and knowledge keepers, all brought to the banquet table to share their experiences.
This is Our Food is Our Future.
Indigenous Professionals Showcase
Soar with the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition
Striving to share the experiences, interests, and success stories of our Indigenous alumni
Treaty 6 Territory
Homeland of the Métis
We pay our respect to the First Nations and Métis ancestors of this place and reaffirm our relationship with one another.
Our main campus is located in the vibrant city of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and is recognized as one of the most beautiful in Canada.