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Wanuskewin Heritage Park helps create awareness, sensitivity and knowledge of the Northern Plains culture to both First Nation and non-First Nation visitors. Partnership, respect, tolerance, teaching, learning and understanding are the values upon which our Park was founded and under which we continue to operate today.
The growing presence of First Nations people as an important integral part of Western Canada’s social and economic fabric are strong indicators that Wanuskewin Heritage Park has just begun its journey in fulfilling the mandate which our founders (Elders) set out for us.
Visitors of all ages visit Wanuskewin Heritage Park to tour our visitor centre, walk our trails, partake in our educational and cultural programs and most of all gather and visit with family and friends.
Wanuskewin Heritage Park is the place to meet, share and learn through nature, history and each other.
Thank you for inquiring about employment opportunities with Wanuskewin Heritage Park. We are accepting applications for the following positions and we highly encourage you to check back often for future employment opportunities. Cook – Full Time
Wanuskewin is a wide range of partnerships, founded on the idea of a cooperative relationship between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal peoples. A business Board of Directors governs WHPA. Wanuskewin Heritage Park Authority has twelve (12) Directors composed of both non First Nations and First Nations people. WHPA is the umbrella for the partnerships that form Wanuskewin. Read More…
Facilities/Tour Bookings Ashley Reagan, Sales & Event Coordinator Tel: 306-931-6767 Ext: 245 Fax: 306-931-4522 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Visitor Services Cameron McRae, Visitor Services Manager Tel: 306-931-6767 Ext: 244 Fax: 306-931-4522 Email: email@example.com Gift Shop Carol Merasty, Gift Shop Manager Tel: 306-931-6767 Ext: 237 Fax: 306-931-4522 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Food Services Kevin Merasty, Executive Chef Tel: 306-931-6767 Ext: 225 Fax: 306-931-4522 Email: Read More…
A Unique Opportunity The Wanuskewin area contains some of the most exciting archaeological finds in North America. To date there are 19 pre-contact sites to be found within the valley and two historic sites making this region the longest running active archaeological site in Canada. Some are 5,000 to 6,000 years old and within walking distance Read More…
Our guiding principles, relevance and respect, are the laws that serve as a basis of reasoning and action, a personal code of conduct that leads, shows the way and directs the movements of our organization. We believe in: Honouring the Elders; Authenticity; Innovation and creativity; Bridging cultural understanding; Highest ethical standards; Mutual respect and trust; Read More…
Mission To advance the understanding and appreciation of the evolving cultures of the Northern Plains indigenous peoples. Vision Wanuskewin will be the living reminder of the peoples’ sacred relationship with the land. Positioning Statement Wanuskewin will be a centre of excellence in education, interpretation and expression of indigenous heritage and art.