Dates: Sept 19, Sept 26 & Oct 3
Time: 3:30 – 5:30 pm EST
Family Price: $45/session or $120/all three
Ages: 7 to 13

Samantha Beynon is the author of a rich, traditional children’s book – “Sisters Learn Traditional Foods” – that relates to her Nisga’a Ancestry surrounding the oolichan Fish.

Samantha also runs Sisters Hlgiikw, providing Indigenous education through food. You can check her out on Facebook here and on Instagram here.

We are so honoured that Samantha has agreed to do an online workshop with us. For three Sundays, we will meet with Samantha for one hour of amazing learning – covering the topics of Residential Schools, LGBTQ+ through an Indigenous lens, and stereotypes and misconceptions. We will then spend an hour together working on actions we can take to help make things better – this will include writing a letter to our Prime Minister, creating beautiful artwork and putting all of our learning into an online Zine to share with the world.

Check out this video of me explaining more about this workshop.

It is going to be so amazing.


We have set up two types of tickets – you can buy a family ticket for individual sessions at $45/session, or you can buy a family ticket for all three sessions for $120.
And, as always, if you want to attend, but the price is a barrier, please send me an email at worldchangingkids@gmail.com and we can work something out!


The camp will take place through Zoom. The meeting link will be emailed to participants on the day of the workshop.