Parkway sign

Parkway renamed with Algonquin name

Last year on Sept. 30, Algonquin spiritual teacher, poet and activist, Albert Dumont led a large march calling for the Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway ...
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Banner with names of children who died at Residential School

Remembering the Children

Mike and Colleen Hoyer were at the ceremony on Parliament Hill on Sept. 30 and helped to carry the 50 metre-long red banner cloth with ...
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Carver Nish Nabie drumming and singing.

Almonte creatively marks a path to reconciliation in stone

On Sept. 17, a crowd gathered on the bank of the Mississippi River in Almonte, Ont., to celebrate the official unveiling of The Seven Gifts, ...
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Walking the friendship trail in Chelsea

A crowd of about 150 people gathered on unceded Algonquin territory in Chelsea, Que. at St. Mary Magdalene Anglican Church on a warm sunny day ...
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Getting to know the bishop’s advisor, Audrey Lawrence

Audrey Lawrence’s family history reflects many aspects of the history of Canada. Appointed in 2022 as Métis advisor to Bishop Shane Parker, Lawrence says that ...
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Indigenous women and children lift their voices on September 30 on Parliament Hill

The autumn sun shone bright and warm on the second National Day of Truth and Reconciliation in Ottawa on September 30.  And for the second ...
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