For more information on “Doctrine of Discovery: Stolen lands, Strong Hearts”, please visit the website of The Anglican Church of Canada.
Indigenous Ministries supports the Indigenous Peoples of Canada spiritually, socially, economically and politically. We recognize that the purity of the land base provides for all our needs.
As active participants in the life of the church, we strive for reconciliation with the Anglican Communion and work towards Indigenous self-determination.
We hope that the following resources may help inform conversation, and contribute to the reconciliation of our Peoples.
National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation:
United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People:
Statement from the Canadian Anglican House of Bishops – October 2015:
Ecumenical Commitment to Call to Action #48 – March 2016:
Anglican Primate Fred Hiltz Statement – Let our “yes” be yes – March 2016:
Other LAIC-Huron Resources
The Anglican Council of Indigenous Peoples
Indigenous Peoples of Canada who have chosen to be partners in the worldwide Anglican Communion and the universal church.
Anglican Indigenous Ministries
The Council of the North
The Council of the North is a grouping of nine northern dioceses, supported through grants by General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada.
The Anglican Healing Fund
The Anglican Indigenous Network
The Anglican Indigenous Network (AIN) is one of the Networks of the worldwide Anglican Communion committed to the Anglican tradition while affirming traditional spirituality.
The New England Company
A generous grant is provided by the New England Company to support the Vision and Mission of LAIC in the Diocese of Huron.
A mapping and information resource for North Americans interested in the history and locations of First Nation communities. Links to the websites of the individual nations.
For more information, visit the Lenni Lenape, Algonkian and Iroquoian Council website.