What is the Blanket Exercise?

A teaching tool to share the historic and contemporary relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Canada.

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Spanish Blanket Exercise

October 5, 2016

KAIROS Blanket Exercise Facilitator Training in Sudbury and North Bay

This one-day session prepares you to lead the Blanket Exercise, a powerful teaching tool to foster truth and reconciliation. When and Where: There are two sessions to choose from: KAIROS Blanket Exercise Sudbury Facilitator Training Saturday,…


September 23, 2016

Blanket exercise unfurls Indigenous history for Saskatoon leaders

The City of Saskatoon recently hosted a blanket exercise for a group of community leaders. (Submitted by Neal Kewistep)  ‘Often there’s a lot of guilt and shame that comes up,’ says activity leader The City…

kairos blanket exercise algoma u

September 8, 2016

Understanding the Impact: The KAIROS Blanket Exercise at Algoma University

Algoma U students, staff and faculty take part in emotional history lesson: The KAIROS Blanket Exercise, a first at Sault school. Shirley Horn, Algoma University chancellor, and Craig Chamberlin, Algoma University president, took part in…

KAIROS Blanket Exercise, World Social Forum 2016

August 12, 2016

Reflection on the Spanish version of the KAIROS Blanket Exercise, at the World Social Forum

“Participants (of the Spanish version of the KAIROS Blanket Exercise at the World Social Forum in Montreal) very quickly make connections between the history of colonization in Canada and the history of colonization in Latin…