A visioning conference is being held in Lethbridge this week as the City works on a feasibility study for an Indigenous Cultural Centre.

Partners and stakeholders from across Lethbridge and southern Alberta are taking part in the two-day event.

Lethbridge’s Indigenous Relations Advisor, Perry Stein, says the goal will be to identify a common vision and purpose of a possible future Indigenous Cultural Centre.

He says even if the centre isn’t built, the process will be a valuable part of the City’s reconciliation efforts.

Keynote speakers include Dr. Leroy Little Bear and former Piikani Chief Reg Crowshoe.

The City of Lethbridge has only approved a feasibility study at this point, and Stein says the findings will be presented back to council in a few months.