Reconciliation: A Road with Many Twists and Turns https://youtu.be/NLPJ3CAc2mA Q&A: https://youtu.be/_gUCPPAjoGs
This is particularly important for people working and living downtown Edmonton; Starting on November 1st, Hope Mission will be providing 24/7 shelter space for people in crisis who need rest, recovery, and referrals. It will be a safe, warm shelter to sleep in during the day – something that does not currently exist in Edmonton.150 […]
Mixed Blood and Urban Indigenous Identity. If you missed the conversation most of it was recorded. This is the link. About 54 minutes. https://youtu.be/z1ceh1caSBA They ordered lunch for 20 but 35 showed up. It was a mix of young and old, students and people from the community who came to listen and engage in conversation […]
…there is more to being an Oskâpêwis /Indigenous Cultural & Educational Helper than you think…medicines need to be harvested then prepared for using. Here, the oskâpêwis had an oskâpêwis, Vannessa Cobers who helped take the sage off the stem after it was dried. An easy job but we had a great time of fellowship doing […]
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Indigenous Ministries in partnership with E4C harvested vegetables for the food bank, Mustard Seed, Bissell Centre and Boyle Street on August 2, 2016 at the Lady Flower Garden, located in NE Edmonton, where vegetables are grown for community development. Click here to watch Indigenous Cultural and Educational Helper Sharon Pasula’s interview with E4C Community Development Manager David Prodan […]
David Prodan, E4C Community Development Manager is interviewed by Sharon Pasula, Indigenous Cultural & Educational Helper, Indigenous Ministry, Diocese of Edmonton, Anglican Church of Canada. David describes the work of E4C, the partnership with Indigenous Ministries and what reconciliation look like. August 4, 2016.