Announcement Regarding 2017 trip:

It is with deep regret that we must inform you of the cancellation of this year's Reconciliation Trip to Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug (K.I.). Due to recent wave of suicide attempts in K.I. and the neighbouring community of Wapekeka, the decision has been made to postpone the trip until further notice. As the community remains in shock over these recent events they ask for time and privacy to heal and recover from these tragedies. Our thoughts and prayers and with them. 

We regret having to withdraw a trip that is considered by all those involved in years past as a life changing experience for both attendees and community members. Our work with the community continues however and several important initiatives directed towards KI youth and education, which we will share with you shortly, will move forward. 

We thank you for your interest and willingness to donate your time, and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you. As our valued friend we will continue to update you on the situation in K.I., next year's potential for a Reconciliation Trip and other projects with the community.

Reconciliation Trip 2018:

Experiencing the 3rd world in Canada

The first nations community of KI is located on big trout lake in Northern Ontario.

The Youth of Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug living in the remote Boreal forest of Northwestern Ontario invite you in their homes on an all-inclusive trip.

The youth & their community graciously open their homes to 25 Canadians and look forward to:

• An honest dialogue on their living conditions

• Sharing their pride in the beauty of their culture set in their pristine land on Big Trout Lake

• Making the invisible visible through an unforgettable act of friendship &reconciliation

.... More than anything, the youth want to create an opportunity to showcase:

their positive leadership and the spirit of their community to shine through.

Together, and with you, they will show that there is still hope and Nation-to-Nation unity that awaits us all.

RECONCILIATION TRIP - 2018

Depart – Toronto, Ontario

Arrival – Kitchenuhmayooosib Inninuwug, Ontario                  

Capacity – 25 guests

Cost –  $3,200 - all inclusive trip

Days – 7

Dates – TBA

Reservation – contact us here:  reconciliation.trip@gmail.com

'First come first serve' policy

MORE INFO: email us to receive the info package. (You can reserve your spot while you make a decision)


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tipi on KITCHENUHMAYKOOSIB INNINUWUG reserve

tipi on KITCHENUHMAYKOOSIB INNINUWUG reserve

RECONCILIATION TRIP 2013  - KITCHENUHMAYKOOSIB INNINUWUG, ONTARIO

RECONCILIATION TRIP 2013  - KITCHENUHMAYKOOSIB INNINUWUG, ONTARIO

Sample Activities & Amenities:

ACTIVITIES*

  • Treaty re-enactment
  • Land-based
  • Water-based
  • Tour of living conditions
  • Lots of laughter and games
  • Traditional meals with all of KI
  • Visit to other reserves

AMENITIES*

  • Hosted in a family
  • water on-site tentative
  • showers available
  • Meals provided 
  • 3rd world living conditions
  • Pure lake water, beautiful land & community spirit unlike any other in the world: a unique life-change trip inspired by the community pride they so generously share with guests to build friendships of reconciliation.

*This section is based on our previous trip experiences. Activities and amenities change every year based on the needs of our community partners. This should give you a sense of what our program may look like.


Press Releases

Article pays tribute to the youth leaders who so boldly envisioned this project to success

Article pays tribute to the youth leaders who so boldly envisioned this project to success

FOLLOWING HER VISIT TO KI ON THE RECONCILIATION TRIP: READ FULL ARTICLE

FOLLOWING HER VISIT TO KI ON THE RECONCILIATION TRIP: READ FULL ARTICLE


Photos from the Royal visit in KI: a youth-led event!

Productions Cazabon was proud to volunteer as the event coordinator working under the leadership of the youth and the community of Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug acting as a bridge between the north and the south.

Photos courtesy of Harvey Sainnawap.