Workshops on the Mountain


  • Unceded Coast Salish Territories Burnaby Mountain

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Kinder Morgan may be gone for now, but the Caretakers are still holding space on #Burnaby Mountain.

We would like you to come and join us for a series of workshops designed to share skills, raise issues, and build connections that will help us move forward together as a community with a united vision.

Join us everyday at noon for hot drinks and a bit of soup. Feel free to bring additional drinks and food. Also Bring Your Own Cup, Bowl, and Spoon if possible.

Then stay and join us for a workshop or two!

Hang around in the evening for informal discussions and possibly talking circles.

Workshop Schedule:

Thursday December 4th

1:00PM Horizontal Organizing.

A workshop to focus on techniques, strategies, and methodologies for organizing in decentralized non-hierarchical spaces.

Hosted by Brett Rhyno.

Friday December 5th

1:00PM Anti-Oppression and Decolonization. 

Take part in an afternoon of facilitated discussion and practical skill building to gain a better understanding of oppression and ways to stand up for yourself & others when you see it playing out in daily life. This workshop will take a “no blame, no shame” approach to the issues. 

People of all levels of familiarity with anti-oppression work are welcome.

Full details: https://www.facebook.com/events/1505079263092923/

Hosted by Anna Soole

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Saturday December 6th

TBA

Sunday December 7th

1:00PM Community Assembly

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A chance for community members to come together and begin to discuss ideas related to what went down on Burnaby Mountain and where we can go next..

Everyone welcome. Group norms of respect will be established collectively at the outset.

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This event will be held on Unceded xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) territories.
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Accessibility:

This location is outside. There is a flat road and parking lot in the area, but we cannot guarantee that those areas will remain constantly open to the public. The nearest wheelchair accessible washroom is likely SFU.