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LRSD Land Acknowledgement

The Louis Riel School Division (LRSD) brings together a community of schools on the traditional land of the Anishinaabek, Ininewak, and Dakota. Our division is located on the homeland of the Métis. We recognize that Manitoba is also the traditional land of the Anishininwak and Dene.

We respect the treaties made on this land and acknowledge the harms and mistakes of the past and present. We dedicate ourselves to authentic alliances with Indigenous communities in a spirit of reconciliation and cooperation.   

The ongoing development of LRSD's land acknowledgement is guided by our Indigenous Council of Grandmothers and Grandfathers, and we thank them for their generosity and collaboration.

La reconnaissance des terres de la DSLR

La Division scolaire Louis-Riel (DSLR) réunit une communauté d'écoles sur les terres traditionnelles des Anishinaabek, Ininewak et Dakota. Notre division se situe dans la patrie des Métis. Nous reconnaissons que le Manitoba abrite également les terres traditionnelles des Anishininwak et Dénés.

Nous respectons les traités conclus sur ces terres et reconnaissons les préjudices et les erreurs du passé et du présent. Nous nous engageons à créer des alliances authentiques avec les communautés Autochtones dans un esprit de réconciliation et de collaboration.   

Le développement continu de la reconnaissance des terres de la DSLR est dirigé par notre conseil autochtone des grands-mères et des grands-pères, que nous remercions de sa générosité et de sa collaboration.
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On Wednesday, May 5, hundreds of students in grades 5 to 12 came together to create a vision for learning in a post-pandemic world during the Beyond the Horizon Youth Summit. WATCH a highlight reel from the inspiring and meaningful day⤵ #YourLRSD https://t.co/DXeWJvZbdT

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