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We are capable! A Nestooaak workshop held on traditional Cree territory, that is now also home to the parishes of St. Faith and St. Stephen the Martyr, equipped more than 40 Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people from several communities, including Cold Lake, Wetaskiwin and Edmonton, with the capability to become better neighbours. “It wasn’t until […]
Every Wednesday, St. Mary’s Anglican Church northeast of downtown Edmonton offers a food bank. Sharon Pasula, a Diocese of Edmonton Indigenous ministries team member, was invited to come and offer a smudge to the people who pick up groceries at St. Mary’s.
A Choral Eucharist and Act of Remembrance for the children who never returned home from Indian Residential Schools, was held March 30, 2014 the last day of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) National Event in Edmonton.
At the official media launch of the TRC National Event to be held in Edmonton March 27-30, Mayor Don Iveson and commissioners Chief Wilton Littlechild and Dr. Marie Wilson stressed the significance of this event for all Albertans and spoke of the need for both collective and individual efforts to begin the healing process.
The seventh Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) National Event will be held at the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton, March 27-30. This gathering is an opportunity for survivors or former students of Indian Residential Schools to tell their stories to their families and the wider community. The national events carry the theme of the seven […]