Youth Reconciliation Leaders of Regina

Kayla Maclellan

Hello! My name is Kayla Maclellan, I am from treaty 4 territory. I am an Indigenous woman, and a mother to a beautiful three year old child. I joined the CRE team because I wanted to be part of the changing relationship between Indigenous and non Indigenous people on turtle island. I hope to serve as a role model for my child– I want to be someone they can look up to and I want to make the world they live in a better place. I also can’t wait to get out into my community and build connections with as many people as possible!





img_7401Kristina Hedlund

Hi I’m Kristina and I was born and raised in Regina, Saskatchewan. I hope to bring my musical experience to the Regina team workshops. I would like to create more spaces in Regina where Indigenous and non-Indigenous people can interact, build meaningful and respectful relationships, and work together towards decolonization.








img_7408Lauren Pinacie-Littlechief

Tansi! My name is Lauren Pinacie-Littlechief and I make up 1/4 of the Regina YRI team! I come from Whitebear First Nations Located in Treaty 2 territory, but signed to Treaty 4.  I am currently in my 2nd year of Human Justice at the university of Regina. I joined CRE to be a role model for the younger generation back in my hometown, and to help bridge the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous individuals through reconciliation, cultural teachings and decolonization.  I hope to help spread CRE’s message in my community and region. I also hope to build my character as a native women so that people feel comfortable coming to me when they need to talk, to offer a shoulder for people to cry on and support to those who might be struggling with mental health. Finally I hope to inspire the younger generations. I am so happy to be part of this journey!
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