Native Education Centre
Gathering · Réunion · Maawnjidiwin
Many students at Sault College come here to pursue their goals in native studies, including social work, apprenticeships, and training in Anishinaabemowin. At the College you will find Enji Maawnjiding – “Where We Gather” – which is a home away from home for local and out of town students.
Enji Maanjiding was built to enhance the campus environment for its Indigenous population. Used on a day-to-day basis as a student lounge, the Centre includes gathering spaces, an Anishinaabemowin room, offices, a kitchen, and a servery. Its special events are opportunities for the entire campus and the broader community to celebrate Indigenous culture.
Test your knowledge
Question 1Which colour on the Medicine Wheel represents the East?
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Can You Draw?
Draw a Medicine Wheel.
Think about it…
The Medicine Wheel represents many things, including stages of life, seasons, elements, animals, and plants. What does the Medicine Wheel mean to you?