KAIROS Blanket Exercise to explore Canadian Indigenous history, here where we live. Special guest facilitator Frank Tyrrell, Ambassador of Reconciliation, Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. March gathering of the Millbrook & Cavan Historical Society in cooperation with St. Thomas’ Anglican Church, at St. Thomas’ Parish Hall, Centre St., Millbrook. … Continue reading →
All are welcome to attend any or all of the sessions, which will be led by Frank Tyrrell, Ambassador of Reconciliation, Truth& Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC). Thursday, March 1: The Story of Curve Lake First Nation, Thursday Thursday, March 15: Local Treaties: Promises Kept and Promises Broken, Thursday Thursday, … Continue reading →
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