#284 Ajagutaq/Katiniit Committee

Attendees: 50-200 people Place: Kimmirut, Nunavut

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The Ajagutaq/Katiniit Committee will host Community Walk and back for activities. Due to number of residents of Kimmirut out camping during the weekend, date was changed for June 9. The Ajagutag/Katiniit Committee is encouraging all residents and visitors to [...]

#283 Teralba Park Stolen Generation Commemorative Site Support Group

Attendees: 50-200 people Place: Chelmer, Queensland, Australia

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Dawn Ceremony, Teralba Park Stolen Generation Commemorative Site (Brisbane, Qld, Australia.)

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

The event brings together 100+ Indigenous and Non-Indigenous people of all ages, increasing each year as school’s [...]

#282 Community Wellness Centre

Attendees: Over 200 people Place: Cambridge Bay, Nunavut

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Our event will include a feast and a remembrance ceremony that will bring former students and their families together so that they can reflect on their common experiences while strengthening the support system that we are striving [...]

#281 Igloolik Health Centre

Attendees: Over 200 people Place: Igloolik, Nunavut

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We will begin the day with traditional throat singing and drumming. Open with a prayer and begin to build monument where symbolically that may their memories to rest but have the monument stand with respect to their survival. [...]

#280 Health and Social Services

Attendees: 50-200 people Place: Cape Dorset, Nunavut

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In discussion with community members it has been decided that a National Day of Healing and Reconciliation would be very beneficial in Cape Dorset. We were thinking that it would be beneficial to have a healing session in [...]

#279 Speed Skating Nunavut

Attendees: 50-200 people Place: Iqaluit, Nunavut

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At the end of our speed skating session, to celebrate our successes, and to acknowledge our athletes, and to celebrate our commitment to healthy living we have a picnic.

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

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#278 Katlodeeche First Nation

Attendees: 50-200 people Place: Hay River Dene, Northwest Territories

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Our agenda includes the following: Information Session on Healing and Reconciliation, Community Healing/ Sharing Circle (focus- Healing and Reconciliation), Community Feast, Drum Dance and Hand games.

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

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#277 Liidlikue First Nation

Attendees: Over 200 people Place: Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories

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

Former students having validation and also awareness of an Identity.

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

Many people have not spoke of Residential Schooling. This is a step of healing to many.

#276 Dehche Health and Social Services

Attendees: 10-50 people Place: Hay River, Northwest Territories

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Sharing of residential school experience. The ripple effects and inter-generational trauma/families/community members.

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

Re-connecting to land, people and spirituality- in harmony and uniting families and community members.

#275 Beaufort Delta Health & Social Services

Attendees: 50-200 people Place: Ulukhaktok, Northwest Territories

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

Community Feast and School Presentations.

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

Provide information about support for survivors/coping strategies. Encourage community support.

#274 Dehcho Health and Social Services

Attendees: 50-200 people Place: Fort Providence, Northwest Territories

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Begin with a sharing circle, prayer and share food, and begin to get comfortable to be together.

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

Begin to gather people together as this is a struggle [...]

#273 Jehicho Health and Social Services

Attendees: Over 200 people Place: Fort Liard, Yukon Territories

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

Lunch, film, and community activity, drumming, band.

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

People will get together for a common cause. Share a meal and listen to music.

#272 Aurora College, Early Childhood Development Program

Attendees: 50-200 people Place: Fort Smith, Northwest Territories

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I am the coordinator with Aurora College in Fort Smith, NT. I will be holding a series of workshops about healthy eating with aboriginal students across the NT. Often this topic sparks talks about healthy eating with [...]

#271 First Nation of Na-Cho Nyak Dun

Attendees: Over 200 people Place: Mayo, Yukon Territories

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This year’s event in Mayo will include members of the First Nation of Na-Cho Nyak Dun, various church representatives and members of the community-all are invited to participate. We will have speakers, a community wide BBQ, viewing [...]

#270 Carcross Tagish First Nation

Attendees: 50-200 people Place: Carcross, Yukon Territory

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

June 11 at Skookum Jim’s Rediscovery Camp 10am to 6pm, our open on the land Event, “A Day of Healing and Caring Together.”

We will have a sacred fire. An all day soup, health food, water. A meal [...]