I grew up on a small cattle ranch on the Canadian Prairies. I went on to study Theology and Biblical Studies at Providence University College and Theological Seminary in Otterburne, MB, Canada from 2010-2017. After graduation I taught online courses for Thorneloe University and became the Director of CHAI Immigrant Centre in Winnipeg, MB. I became interested in questions of place as a result of the convergence of my agrarian upbringing, my work with newcomers, and the ongoing reconciliation work that my denomination (Anglican Church of Canada) is engaged in with Indigenous Peoples. I am currently a postulant for ordination with the Diocese of Rupert’s Land and my hope is that my research can contribute to new ways for Indigenous, Settler, and Newcomer peoples to live together as Treaty people in an increasingly pluralized country.