Listen to a panel discuss the History of Indigenous Health, in particular Cold War Radiation Experiments in the Arctic and Anishinaabe Perspectives on Uranium Mining Thursday October 24, 6 p.m. at Queen’s School of Medicine Building Room 132A. This will be followed by a wine and cheese at the Museum of Health Care.
Katarokwi Grandmother’s Council is sharing an event to be held Friday October 4 at the historic Murney Tower, #2 King Street West. This will be a vigil for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. Please bring food to share.
Enjoy our Annual Report, outlining what God has enabled us to do this year in Reconciliation. Attached on the “Minutes of Previous Meetings” page of our website.
Join the Land Council of “Walking the Path of Peace Together” for a July 1 ceremony at 2 p.m. Takes place on the strip of land on Hwy 15 between Innovation Drive and the 401, which is currently owned by Faith United Church. East side of the road.
June is the month for National Indigenous Peoples Day and for two Reconciliation-Themed worship services in Kingston. The first, hosted by Chalmers and Sydenham Street United Churches, was held June 16 (see attachment below). The second is to be held June 23 at St. Mark’s Lutheran, at 10:00 a.m.
Thanks everyone who came to Spirit Bear’s Birthday Tea! Through this event we were able to raise awareness of the First Nations Caring Society and need for parity in First Nations health and education. We also raised approximately $2,000. A good time was had by all.