Events

Study: Women in Canada: First Nations, Métis and Inuit women

  http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/89-503-x/2015001/article/14313-eng.pdf Study: Women in Canada: First Nations, Métis and Inuit women Released: 2016-02-23 Aboriginal women with higher levels of education had slightly higher employment rates than non-Aboriginal women in 2011. Specifically, 81.8% of Aboriginal women with a certificate, diploma or degree at the bachelor level or above were employed, compared with 79.5% of their non-Aboriginal counterparts. The same […]

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Miwasin Gathering a “Good” Time of Learning and Healing

Honouring our commitment to reconciliation, a gathering hosted February 6 by Indigenous Ministries of the Edmonton diocese, celebrated aboriginal culture and offered an opportunity to acknowledge and learn about our involvement, as Canadians and Anglicans, in our country’s dark legacy of residential schools.

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Hundreds Accept Ashes to Go

On Ash Wednesday, February 10, more than 520 Edmonton commuters embraced a unique opportunity to connect with their Christian faith amidst the forces of daily life

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What’s Anglicanism, anyway?

Want to know more about where Anglicanism comes from, where it might be going and what gifts it has to offer to the global Church?