Events & Gatherings
Fireside with Lyndon: Karen Pelletier
As part of National Indigenous History Month and National Indigenous Peoples Day, Fireside with Lyndon’s guest is retired RCMP Sergeant Karen Pelletier.
Iskwew kapiw apih Musqua, known publicly as Karen Pelletier, is from the Musqua family of Keeseekoose First Nation and is a proud Anishinabe/Nehiyaw mother and grandmother. She comes from a family of RCMP members that includes her mother and two sisters. She also had family members who served in the Canadian Armed Forces during the First and Second World Wars and in peacetime. She joined policing to protect and serve her people the same way her family has and continues to do.
Pelletier served with the RCMP for more than 20 years before retiring in September of 2021. She is now the Director of Child Welfare Social Development for the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations. Join us for her amazing story!
Event/Exhibition meta autogenerated block.
June 15 at 7:00PM
Fireside is a free series that offers opportunities for community gathering and discussion, hosted by Lyndon J Linklater. Everyone is invited to join and no registration is required. Remai Modern is grateful for the sponsorship of SaskEnergy to host this year’s Fireside with Lyndon!