#216 Beendigen Inc.

Attendees: 50-200 people Place: Thunder Bay, Ontario

Please tell us (in detail) about your event/conversation:

Partnering with OWWA, Mushkiki, Head Start and TBIFC. Elder’s/clients and staff. Gather for sunrise, one traditional teaching following breakfast. Kettle making in the afternoon.

How will your event/ conversation relate to healing and reconciliation?

Sunrise and elders [...]

#215 Aboriginal Peoples of Northern Ontario

Attendees: Over 200 people Place: Moosonee, Ontario

Please tell us (in detail) about your event/conversation:

Multi-cultural festival. Inviting all nations to share their culture- music, food, dress.

How will your event/ conversation relate to healing and reconciliation?

Cross cultural awareness, ending ignorance, promoting cultural sensitivity.

#214 North Cochrane Addiction Services Inc.

Attendees: 10-50 people Place: Kapushesing, Ontario

Please tell us (in detail) about your event/conversation:

We will set up and information booth in our building which houses several organizations that deal with addiction, mental health and disability and hand out promotional items.

How will your event/ conversation relate to healing and reconciliation?

We [...]

#213 Sunset Women’s Aboriginal Centre

Attendees: 10-50 people Place: Sioux Lockart, Ontario

Please tell us (in detail) about your event/conversation:

We are planning a lunch to learn about residential school survivors. Also planning to have a quiz about the National Day of Healing and Reconciliation.

 

#212 Pic River Health Services

Attendees: 10-50 people Place: Heron Bay, Ontario

Please tell us (in detail) about your event/conversation:

Will set up display in public areas and hand our promotional items, coffee and cake, and have an open house drop-in.

How will your event/ conversation relate to healing and reconciliation?

Will begin to start people talking [...]

#211 Garden River Wellness Centre

Attendees: Over 200 people Place: Garden River, Ontario

Please tell us (in detail) about your event/conversation:

Various booths will be set up at our community centre. This includes information on cultural activities, addictions/mental health, making healthy choices, and the legacy of residential schools.

How will your event/ conversation relate to healing and [...]

#210 Omamiwinini Pimadjwowin- The Algonquin Way Cultural Centre

Attendees: Over 200 people Place: Golden Lake, Ontario

Please tell us (in detail) about your event/conversation:

Omamiwinin Pimadjwowin- The Algonquin Way Cultural Centre is partnering with the County of Renfrew on June 9-12 to celebrate our joint history of 150 years. We will setting up an interactive storytelling exhibit in cooperation with Renfrew [...]

#209 Children’s Aid Society of Algoma

Attendees: 10-50 people Place: Sault Ste, Ontario

Please tell us (in detail) about your event/conversation:

I am a member of the newly formed Child Protection Team who services First Nation parents and children in the City of Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.

We meet with parents and children who have endured hardships in their [...]

#208 Algoma District School Board

Attendees: 50-200 people Place: Sault Ste, Ontario

Please tell us (in detail) about your event/conversation:

We will be having two events. One event will be in April 2012, an in-service for our teachers and some community partners. This event will focus on embedding Aboriginal perspectives into the Ontario curriculum. Teachers from both the [...]

#207 London Conference, United Church of Canada

Attendees: 50-200 people Place: London, Ontario

Please tell us (in detail) about your event/conversation:

Every year we bring together approximately 300 clergy and lay representatives from all of the United Churches in Southwestern Ontario and all of the Algoma Region for a meeting. For the past number of years the availability of NDHR [...]

#206 Sydenham Street United Church

Attendees: 50-200 people Place: Brantford, Ontario

Please tell us (in detail) about your event/conversation:

Every year we set aside time during our worship service to educate our congregation around National Healing and Reconciliation.

#205 Ken Das Win Literacy Program

Attendees: 50-200 people Place: Wiarton, Ontario

Please tell us (in detail) about your event/conversation:

We are having a three day community event and open invitation for an event called, “Renewing the Circle.” Participation is Community Members, Chief and Council, and a call to honour the serving members and families. We have a feast [...]

#204 Camlachie United

Attendees: Over 200 people Place: Wyoming, Ontario

Please tell us (in detail) about your event/conversation:

It will be incorporated with a Sunday School program about compassion, grace, and service. It will give an example of the need for compassion and understanding today.

How will your event/ conversation relate to healing and reconciliation?

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#203 Dauphin River Youth Wellness Centre

Attendees: Over 200 people Place: Gypsumville, Manitoba

Please tell us (in detail) about your event/conversation:

The NDHR event will be set up as a community gathering with activities throughout the day; they include: Comm. breakfast, storytelling/speakers, traditional games, food, youth entertainment, and fireworks.

How will your event/ conversation relate to healing and [...]

#202 Pine Creek First Nation Health Centre

Attendees: Over 200 people Place: Camperville, Manitoba

Please tell us (in detail) about your event/conversation:

Helping community members to understand the damage that the residential school has put us through. To understand that we can love, respect, and honour each other.

How will your event/ conversation relate to healing and reconciliation?

To [...]