#269 C.A.I.R.S.

Attendees: 50-200 people Place: Whitehorse, Yukon

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

We will be hosting a community event that will focus on families and togetherness. We would like to host a camp for survivors and their families and also invite elders.

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

#268 Trondek Hwech’in

Attendees: Over 200 people Place: Dawson City, Yukon Territory

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

T.H. Health & Social department will host a BBQ with speakers and Stick-gambling and youth games.

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

By building stronger family unit and to celebrate our healing [...]

#267 Nunatsiavut Department of Health and Social Development

Attendees: 50-200 people Place: Hopedale, Newfoundland

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

Self esteem activities, cultural awareness, forgiveness, traditional teachings, activities for children.

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

Talking about our culture and tradition and how it was done as a way of healing . Information [...]

#266 Nunatsiavut Health & Social Development

Attendees: 50-200 people Place: Hopedale, Newfoundland

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

Seniors dinner social, Family Night and youth event. Seniors event with traditional teaching. Youth event- esteem and healing. Family event talking about forgiveness- colouring pages for kids.

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

Discussing relating [...]

#265 Nunatsiavut Department of Health and Social Development

Attendees: 50-200 people Place: Hopedale, Newfoundland

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

Youth- (self-esteem activities and Cultural Awareness and Healing.) Family- (Forgiveness Talk and Colouring Pages for kids.) Seniors- Social Dinner and Traditional teachings.

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

Talking about our culture and traditions is [...]

#264 Department of Health and Social Development

Attendees: 10-50 people Place: Goose Bay, Newfoundland

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

Two guest speakers talking about their story of recovery from either alcohol, drugs, gambling, a circle for other participants to speak followed by entertainment from local entertainers.

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

Talk [...]

#263 Department of Health & Social Development

Attendees: Over 200 people Place: Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Newfoundland

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

We will be hosting community events in 7 communities including: Nain, Hopedale, Makkovik, Postville, Rigolet, Northwest River and Happy Valley-Goose Bay. Each community event will be different but some highlights will be community feasts, square dancing, [...]

#262 Department of Health and Social Development

Attendees: 50-200 people Place: Nain, Newfoundland

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

Community feast, gathering, share stories, crafts.

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

Intergeneration trauma, Residential Schools, and Relocatees.

#261 Women’s Network

Attendees: Over 200 people Place: Stephenville, Newfoundland

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

We are offering 18 Culturally-Based workshops on illicit drug use and healthy lifestyle choices.

 

#260 Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse

Attendees: 50-200 people Place: EsKasoni, Nova Scotia

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

We will be celebrating 25 years of the Mikmaw Lodge Treatment Centres operation. “25″ years of Healing- The Lodge is located in EsKasoni First Nation.

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

The event celebrates [...]

#259 East Pictou Middle School

Attendees: Over 200 people Place: Pictou County, Nova Scotia

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

250 teenagers are given an opportunity to have sessions with community leaders about how to manage the social pit falls of today’s youth: homelessness, bullying, social networking, dating violence, homophobia- etc. They, their parents and community [...]

#258 Alegweit First Nation

Attendees: Over 200 people Place: Mount Stewart, P.E.I.

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

For the past 12 years, the Abegweit First Nation has held an annual gathering, called a Mawiomi (commonly referred to as a Pow Wow). Every summer to celebrate the Micmaq culture by engaging in traditional activities such [...]

#257 White Eagle

Attendees: Over 200 people Place: Elsipogtog, New Brunswick

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

Will be speaking about reconciliation and how our elders used to do reconciliation.

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

Will demonstrate traditional way of reconciliation.

#256 Migmag Maliseet Healing Network

Attendees: 50-200 people Place: Burnt Church First Nation, New Brunswick

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

Community gathering with feast, sweat, talking circle, and youth dancers and drummers performing.

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

By using traditional and cultural events with a social gathering and potluck [...]

#255 Elsipogtog First Nation School

Attendees: 50-200 people Place: Elsipogtog, New Brunswick

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

We are a First Nation school and I was hoping to be able to pass the promotional items out to our students to start a conversation about healing in our school and to invite students to begin a [...]