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Luther Hosts Fourth Iteration of Project of Heart in 2019

In January 2019 Luther College at the University of Regina will host its fourth iteration of Project of HeartReciprocal Learning about the Regina Indian Industrial School. Created by University of Regina graduate Sylvia Smith, this FREE nine-week program, which will finish with a Closing Ceremony and include optional site visits to the Saskatchewan Archives & the RCMP Medicine Wheel, is inclusive to all community members and open to all ages.

Classes run between January 29 – April 2, 2019 and will be held every Tuesday from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. at Luther College at the University of Regina, LC 207. Attendance at all classes is requested.

Project of Heart aligns with the goals of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and it seeks to facilitate a safe space for reciprocal learning about the residential school system in Canada. The children and families who were and still are affected by this piece of our colonial history are commemorated using an artistic approach.

This year, the program will feature publications from the Regina Indian Industrial School Commemoration Association including Douglas Stewart's recent publication, The Regina Indian Industrial School (1891-1910): Historical Overview and Chronological Narrative, and a film by Janine Windolph and Trudy Stewart entitled RIIS from Amnesia. For more information about Project of Heart, go to

Space is limited and pre-registration is required. For more information and/or to register, please contact Jenna Tickell at