Edmonton City Council has approved funding to advance the EndPovertyEdmonton plan to break the cycle of poverty for 10,000 people in 5 years – the first step along the journey to ending poverty in Edmonton in a generation.
In our companion Diocese of Buyé, the Mothers’ Union organized a walk through Ngozi town to mark 16 Days of Activism against gender-based violence on November 29.
A celebration service marking the 50th anniversary of the Diocese of Buyé, companion of the Edmonton diocese, was held at All Saints’ Cathedral in Buyé on Sunday, November 13, 2016.
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 […]
Bannock has been attributed to Indigenous people but it is my understanding is actually baking powder biscuits from colonial countries. What I like about it is you can make it sweet or savoury.