Keep an eye on our guest list below as we will be adding more profiles in the days ahead.
Robb Nash is becoming internationally known for leaving a successful music career to share his incredible story with thousands of young people, performing in schools, reservations and detention centres across Canada.
Chief Joseph is the Ambassador for Reconciliation Canada and a member of the National Assembly of First Nations Elders Council
Elder and a military veteran, Gerry Stonechild from the Muscowpetung First Nation is renowned for speaking into the lives of youth in this country.
Kevin is from Carry the Kettle First Nation, Nakota/Assiniboine. Kevin has danced with the American Indian Dance Theatre for 20 years and toured around the world.
McKenzie has exhibited nationally and internationally and his work is held in the many collections including the National Gallery of Canada, the MacKenzie Art Gallery and First Nations University of Canada.
Elder Noel Starblanket (born 1946) is a First Nations leader in Canada and was one of the thousands of Indigenous children who were taken from their families and forced into Canada's residential school system.
Terrance is recognized as a World Renowned Hoop Dancer and as an educator, producer, and performer, Terrance continues to find ways to bridge traditional and contemporary dance.
As part of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission it is our responsibility to take opportunities to share and educate new comers on the meanings of dance, the amount of time and energy it takes to prepare for dancing.