Eugene J. Creighton, QC: A Survivor’s Story: My Journey from Indian Residential School to Success
Date: September 29, 2021
Location: Webinar @ noon
To commemorate Orange Shirt Day and National Truth and Reconciliation Day, the Law Society is honoured to have Eugene J. Creighton, QC, Aakaota’si (Owns Many Horses), as a guest speaker where he will share his story on how he survived residential school, how he used it to take on challenges in life and how to take next steps towards reconciliation.
Eugene is a member of the Kainai/Blood Tribe, of the Blackfoot Confederacy situated on the Ancestral Territory of the Blackfoot which encompasses the Treaty 7 area. He is an accomplished lawyer, retired Provincial Court Judge and rodeo champion. During his childhood, he spent 9 years at the St. Mary’s Indian Residential School.
Register for the webinar on Wednesday, Sept. 29 at noon to hear his powerful message. This webinar is limited to the first 500 registrants.