Fireside with Lyndon

Saskatoon Police Service and Reconciliation

This event, the kick-off to a new series of free conversations at Remai Modern, takes place near the museum’s fireplace. The inaugural Fireside with Lyndon event is inspired by Freeze, an outdoor installation by Rebecca Belmore (on view during the exhibition Facing the Monumental) that pays tribute to Neil Stonechild. Lyndon J. Linklater, Remai Modern’s Indigenous Relations Advisor, will be joined by Saskatoon Police Chief Troy Cooper; Angela Daigneault, Aboriginal Relations Consultant for the Saskatoon Police Service; and Darlene Brander, Chair of the Saskatoon Police Commission, to discuss Indigenous/police relations since the Stonechild Inquiry. This program offers an opportunity for invited community guests to visit, chat, share and learn from one another. 

About the talk

Fireside with Lyndon is part of Remai Modern’s vision to be a thought leader and direction-setting art museum that boldly collects, develops, presents and interprets the art of our time. This includes story-telling, a powerful way to enable transformative experiences and connect art with local and global communities.


Remai Modern is temporarily closed in an effort to help mitigate risks to the public related to the spread of COVID-19.

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