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Sr. Veronica Paul Jun 20
We are all one family in that we're all created with indescribable love by our Lord. Please let's join our prayers for and
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Christine Boyle for City Council Jun 18
May Canada look and sound more Indigenous 150 years from now. Celebrating new place names. šxʷƛ̓exən Xwtl’a7shn (formerly Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza), and šxʷƛ̓ənəq Xwtl’e7énk Square (formerly the Art Gallery plaza).
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Justin Jun 21
Happy National Indigenous Day! I’m thankful for CRA giving me the opportunity to share a statement in Anishnaabemowin followed by the Indigenous Land Acknowledgement at the annual Town Hall Meeting.
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Tim Fox Jun 21
! Take some time to reflect on the resiliency, achievements and survival of a group of people once sought to be eliminated and “absorbed into the body politic”. We have survived and continue to thrive! Show your commitment to and...
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CBC Indigenous Jun 21
Replying to @CBCIndigenous
Truth and Reconciliation Call to Action 59: Church parties to residential school settlement to educate congregations on why apologies necessary Status: Complete
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Enough For All Jun 18
Was there a school near you? Find out with our interactive map
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Max FineDay Jun 21
Mīyo-kîsikâw kahkiyaw☀️! Let not be defined by our relationship with Canada, non-Indigenous peoples, or . Let this day be about us, the proud Nations we are; a celebration of all we continue to be.
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Glaiza Social Updates Jun 20
Glaiza via Rhyn Kahlil IG post: God is good. ❤️❤️❤️
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Lesli Boldt Jun 17
Remember 🇨🇦 that our country once separated children from parents as a state-sponsored program too. It was called the residential school system. Let’s take this knowledge + use it to support fight against separation of migrant children from their parents in USA.
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In Defense of Humanity Jun 21
Mr is a former of Pakistan and a senior fellow at the . In his recent book , he calls the people of & to & .
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St. JeanMarieVianney Jun 21
National Indigenous Peoples Day is a day recognising and celebrating the cultures and contributions of the First Nations, Inuit and Métis Indigenous peoples in Canada.
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Kara Levis Jun 21
Today is Looking forward to coming together in the spirit of today and every day. Thank you to those who have mentored and guided me this far - and to future teachers - my gratitude.
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Trevor © Jun 22
Waqmatcook Court Grand Opening & dedication of Donald Marshall Junior Centre for Justice and Reconciliation. It was truly an honour to be part of this important ceremony & I did pay my respects before hand to our Elder Doug Knockwood.
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Gerald Butts 🇨🇦 Jun 22
Big news for ’s west coast, and for Indigenous Peoples. This is in action. 🐳🐋🌊
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Gary Jun 21
Replying to @GaryPhilipchuk
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Sask Advocate Jun 21
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michael eso Jun 15
Key barrier to ...not doing better when we know better.
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Limestone District School Board Jun 21
On , LDSB announces new Grade 11 English course focused on Indigenous literature, non-fiction & media beginning in September.
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Trevor © Jun 21
Happy everyone!!! Participate, share, learn and understand the Indigenous/Aboriginal culture - spiritual & traditional practices. Know & respect our rights, treaties & history, not just for today but yearly, journey to
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AHMA Jun 18
“We applaud the governments initiative to not only speak of Truth and but to break down these judicial barriers that have divided us as Peoples by including housing for our peoples wherever they are.” -
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