Diocese of Edmonton, Indigenous Ministries, Oskâpêwis / Aboriginal Cultural and Educational Helper – Sharon Pasula, Report for All Saints Cathedral, 2014 If you have been reading the weekly Synod Scene and/or the monthly Messenger paper lately, you will have some idea about the position of Oskâpêwis. In the spring 2014 issue of the Messenger a […]
Report for St Mary’s Anglican Church, 2014 by Sharon Pasula. Indigenous Ministry (I.M.) is a response to the involvement of the Anglican Church of Canada in operating residential schools in Canada. Generally, the result of residential school was deliberate displacement of culture and identity within Indigenous communities which resulted in tragedy and great cost both […]
Interest in the reflections for the Outdoor Way of the Cross 2015 prompt me to post the following. First is the instructions for developing a reflection then an example. GUIDELINES FOR DEVELOPING A “ STATION” 2015 Time Frame: 3 – 5 minutes for the entire spoken part of the station, EXCLUDING the song. 2015 Theme: […]
Working with Aboriginal Groups https://reachedmonton.ca/content/working-aboriginal-groups Understanding the historical and contemporary impacts of colonialism will enhance frontline workers’ ability to deliver services to Aboriginal clients. REACH training opportunities poster Stories of Survival: Challenges and Healing Practices Working with People Affected by the Indian Residential School System Through pictures, storytelling and open dialogue, participants […]
Leaflet of F N in AB This pdf can be found at http://www.aadnc-aandc.gc.ca/DAM/DAM-INTER-AB/STAGING/texte-text/fnamarch11_1315587933961_eng.pdf In Alberta there are; * 45 First Nations in three treaty areas * 140 reserves * Approximately 812,771 hectares of reserve land. The most commonly spoken First Nation languages are: Blackfoot, Cree, Chipewyan, Dene, Sarcee, and Stoney (Nakoda Sioux). For more information […]
St. Albert Place, 5 St. Anne Street, St. Albert AB T8N 3Z9 t: 780.459.1528 | e: firstname.lastname@example.org Archives: genealogical research Our Métis Genealogy has many of St. Albert’s Métis families listed and is available for viewing at the museum’s public access computer. The museum also has Gail Morin’s Métis Families which contains information on Métis […]
As part of our journey to reconciliation, KAIROS, an ecumenical justice and human rights organization of which the Anglican Church is a member, is offering an opportunity for people to experience the Blanket Exercise, an interactive way of learning the true Aboriginal history most Canadians were never taught.