What does reconciliation look like in Canada with the First Nations to reside on this Land?
It’s a complex question that requires a strong foundation of respect and honesty, that starts with the history that is shared. While at the same time finding common ground amongst the human communities that leads to sharing of this planet and stronger relationships. If you’ve done the Blanket Exercise then you’ve a grounding of the shared truth, and now the next question is what is next?
WALKING TOGETHER: A DISH WITH ONE SPOON WAMPUM
WORKSHOP, MARCH 27 & 28
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Over the two-day workshop we explore with spiritual leaders from Christianity, and Indigenous Knowledge Keepers the rituals, ceremonies, and belief systems in each spiritual path in an respectful environment that is focused on what we have in common, yet at the same time the differences as that enlightens our own spiritual path.
Registration for this event is done via THIS FORM:
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Cost: Thank you to the Diocese of Huron for supporting this event financially. Room, and most meals included. Instead of paying for this workshop a suggested donation of $50 to $100 be given which will go to support reclaiming the Ojibwe language.
Accommodation: Rustic Cabin on the headwaters of the Beaver River. 10 minutes North of Flesherton. Fire Number for GPS is 174196 on Lower Valley Road.