Christians seeking ways to take unified, faith-based action on the front lines of the water justice movement are invited to a webcast of Trinity Institute’s 46th National Theological Conference, “Water Justice,” Saturday, May 27 at Good Shepherd Anglican Church, Edmonton.
Indigenous McCauley: A History and Contemporary Overview of First Nations and Métis Life in the McCauley Neighbourhood is a booklet supported by McCauley Revitalization/City of Edmonton that was printed and distributed in April of this year. “I worked on it for over a year as the Project Lead, Editor, and photographer, with the noted Métis […]
John Borrows is an Anishinabe scholar and expert in Indigenous law. He spoke at the U of A in 2016. There were many people waiting at the end of his presentation to ask a question or to talk so I sent an email to ask my question. Do you think it would be a good […]
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You never really know what it will be about until you get there, or how intense it will be. I’ve experienced enough personal trauma, vicarious residential school trauma and generational trauma that I’m reticent to watch more films depicting those issues. But I went by faith feeling compelled by the spirit to attend a screening […]
The 26th Sunday after Pentecost. https://youtu.be/PhlBEg9wGY0 bulletin-nov-13-2016