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Honouring Indigenous Stories: Mary Teegee on the Journey of ‘For Love’

Join us for a special webinar in celebration of National Indigenous People’s Day. We are honored to host Mary Teegee, an esteemed advocate for Indigenous rights, who will lead a discussion centered around the powerful documentary “For Love.” This event offers a unique opportunity to delve into the behind-the-scenes aspects of “For Love,” exploring its themes and messages. Following the film discussion, attendees will have the chance to engage with Mary Teegee in an interactive Q&A session.

To help you prepare for the event, we’re providing an Online Resource Guide. This document includes information on the event and viewing options for the film. We encourage you to review the guide and watch the film before attending the webinar.

What will you learn?

  • Gain insights into the themes and messages of the documentary “For Love.”
  • Enhance knowledge of Indigenous cultures, histories, and contributions.
  • Discover ways to engage in meaningful conversations about Indigenous excellence and advocacy.
  • Understand how celebrating Indigenous excellence can positively impact organizational culture and community relations.
  • Develop a deeper empathy and understanding of the challenges and triumphs of Indigenous communities.

Presented by:

Mary Teegee

Executive Director at Carrier Sekani Family Services,
Producer of The ‘For Love’ Film


Mary Teegee is a visionary advocate for Indigenous rights and a transformative leader dedicated to uplifting Indigenous communities. Serving as the Executive Director of Child and Family Services at Carrier Sekani Family Services, Mary has pioneered initiatives that significantly enhance the lives of Indigenous children and families, championing their right to culturally relevant care and support.

She is also the creative force behind the powerful documentary “For Love,” which offers a poignant exploration of Indigenous resilience, heritage, and contributions. Renowned for her deep commitment to social justice, cultural preservation, and community empowerment, Mary Teegee’s work transcends traditional advocacy, making her a revered and influential figure in the movement for Indigenous excellence and equity.





June 21, 2024


11:00 am - 12:00 pm PST



Member Cost:



Online (Zoom Webinar)