Relations with Indigenous Peoples

Campion College acknowledges that it is located on Treaty 4 territory and homeland of the Métis. The College recognizes the contributions of First Nations and Métis peoples to our community. Inspired by a commitment to the truth of the findings of Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), and together with the Jesuits of English Canada, we seek to move toward reconciliation by building and deepening relationships with Indigenous and Métis peoples, as outlined in our strategic plan (2015-2018), “A Path Forward: Connecting our Communities”

In November 2015, the College established an Advisory Circle to prepare a response to the TRC Calls to Action.

In December 2016, the Campion College Advisory Circle on Indigenous Relations finalized its report.

Read Campion College response to TRC Calls to Action.

Statement on Reconciliation, Jesuit English Canada Province

Members of the 2016-2017 Campion College Advisory Circle on Indigenous Relations are:
Dr. Katherine Arbuthnott, Professor of Psychology
Dr. Allison Fizzard, Dean and Associate Professor of History
Joanna Landry, First Nations, Inuit & Métis Education Coordinator, Regina Catholic Schools
Sr. ReAnne Letourneau, Facilitator, Aboriginal/Non-Aboriginal Relations Community (ANARC)
Dr. John Meehan, SJ, President & Professor of History
Dr. Anna Mudde, Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Stephanie Molloy, Campus Minister & Director of Pastoral Studies
Dr. Tom Phenix, Associate Professor of Psychology, Assistant Dean
Ruth Robillard, Coordinator, Friends on the Outside (FOTO)