OTTAWA: The Covenant Chain Link VI: Walking Together, The Reconciliation Journey

Keynote: Bob Watts, Previous Interim Executive Director of Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission Storytelling by Waubgeshig Rice, author and journalist from Wasauksing First Nation Presentations by: * Tony Belcourt, former President of the Métis Nation of Ontario * Ashley Wright,...

KINGSTON: Katarokwi Grandmothers Council – Community Feast

Would you like to join in the journey of healing and reconciliation? Perhaps the best place to 'reset the relationship' is simply gathering for a meal together with Indigenous neighbours. The national board of KAIROS is partnering with the Katarokwi...

TORONTO: Mass KAIROS Blanket Exercise

DATE & TIME ARE CONFIRMED Mass KAIROS Blanket Exercise in Toronto, May 30, at 2pm. Hosted by Canadian Roots Exchange in partner with KAIROS Canada. Last year, during the release of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's (TRC) 94 Call to Actions in...

OTTAWA: Mass KAIROS Blanket Exercise

Last year, during the release of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's (TRC) 94 Call to Actions in Ottawa, A7G along with KAIROS Canada, local Blanket Exercise facilitators and youth leaders, brought together over 400 participants to Parliament Hill for a Mass KAIROS...

BARRIE: Film Showing and Mini Concert for a Cause

Burton Avenue United Church 37 Burton Avenue, Barrie

Fundraising Event for Victims of  Typhoon Mangkhut in the Philippines. Saturday, October 27, 2018 @ 6 pm. Burton Avenue United Church 37 Burton Avenue, Barrie, ON L4N 2R3 Ticket is $5 or a greater donation of your choice Sponsored by...


TORONTO: Honouring Residential School Survivors

Royal York Road United Church 851 Royal York Road, Etobicoke

A KAIROS Toronto West Workshop Speaker: Liana Canzian from Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre will discus The Legacy Project to honour Indian Residential School Survivors which is being installed in Nathan Phillips Square. Film: "Finding Peter Bryce" Dr. Peter...

ORILLIA: Migrant Workers in the Food System

St. James Anglican Church (Orillia) 58 Peter St. North, Orillia

A day of workshops and discussion on food sustainability and Migrant Workers 9am-Noon: Learning & Listening with Migrant Agricultural Workers Noon-1pm: Lunch 1pm-4pm: Making Change to our Food Systems in Orillia Guest Facilitator: Connie Sorio, KAIROS Migrant Justice and Asia...


WATERLOO: Women Peace and Security: Dispatches from Time and Place

Conrad Grebel University College (Great Hall) 140 Westmount Road North, Waterloo

A public forum to remember the impact of war and colonization on women and girls. Speakers include:  Lori Campbell Cree-Metis from Treaty 6 territory, Saskatchewan, and director of Shatitsirotha, the Waterloo Indigenous Student Centre, on gender and race Carol Acton Associate...

PETERBOROUGH: Reconciliation in the Watershed (Bay of Quinte Conference)

Emmanuel United Church 534 George Street North, Peterborough

Join us for a day of learning, reflection and action on Indigenous rights and our local watersheds.  This event is being hosted as part of the Bay of Quinte Conference (UCC) Annual Meeting (November 16-17, 2018). Beth Lorimer, Ecological Justice...


Toronto: Jennifer Henry guest at First CRC

First Christian Reformed Church Toronto 67 Taunton Road, Toronto

Come hear Jennifer Henry, KAIROS Executive Director preach a call to social justice particular to our time.

Facing our environmental challenges in 2019

St. James United Church 400 Burnhamthorpe Rd, Etobicoke

In an interactive presentation, Amelia Berot-Burns, KAIROS Ecological Justice Program Coordinator, will discuss important ecological justice topics in Canada in 2019 including climate change and carbon pricing, and will suggest ways to advocate effectively. Organized by KAIROS Toronto West

Barrie: Good Friday Ecumenical Walk for Justice

Meridian Place, Barrie, ON 10 Pinecliff Cres., Barrie

Simcoe County KAIROS will hold its 6th annual Good Friday Walk for Justice in downtown Barrie on April 19th. Similar walks are held in Toronto and other urban centres. Assembling at Meridian Place in Downtown Barrie at 1:00 pm, the...


Reconciliation in the Watershed

A workshop led by KAIROS' Ecological Justice Program Coordinator, Amelia Berot-Burns, that offers learning, listening, and action opportunities on local water issues. We seek to develop a connection with the watershed in which we live, on a path towards reconciled...

Ottawa: Covenant Chain Link X

Confederation Education Centre 1645 Woodroffe Avenue, Nepean

Join us for the tenth annual Covenant Chain Link event. REGISTRATION NOW AVAILABLE: nòngom kinandotam | Today We Listen The tenth annual Covenant Chain Link event is pleased to welcome Dr. Niigaan Sinclair as the Keynote Speaker. The United...

In the Shadow of the Pandemic

Online, EASTERN Time Zone

A Good Friday Virtual Walk for Justice YouTube Live: Facebook Live: A virtual peace and justice observance of solidarity with all members of the human family. Simcoe County Kairos is honoured to bring you this year’s Ecumenical Good Friday Walk for...


Book Launch! The Water Defenders: A Celebration and Reflections on International Solidarity in El Salvador’s Victory over Mining

Online, EASTERN Time Zone

On the 12th anniversary of the assassination of Salvadoran water defender Marcelo Rivera, join activists from Canada, the United States, and El Salvador in a webinar discussion on lessons from North American activists and organizations’ decade-long solidarity relationship with Salvadoran...


Great Lakes St. Lawrence Virtual Regional Gathering


The KAIROS Great Lakes St. Lawrence Region presents its biennial conference on Zoom. Hosted by KAIROS Durham, the conference will take place over two days. Our keynote speaker, Chief Dave Mowat of Alderville First Nations will speak about treaties including...

$10 – $15

Building Etobicoke’s Ecological and Social Justice Movement

Online, EASTERN Time Zone

KAIROS Toronto West is hosting an online gathering on Dec. 8, 7pm, featuring a panel discussing ecological and social justice activism in Etobicoke. Participants are welcome to bring their own experiences, perspectives and ideas. KAIROS Executive Director Aisha Francis will share...


Eastern Ontario Ecumenical Meeting in Solidarity with Migrant Workers

Online, EASTERN Time Zone

Please join us at an online Ecumenical Meeting to Support Migrant Workers. Several churches and church networks are already supporting farm and other migrant workers. This is a call to churches to learn more about the workers and some of...

Water Connections


In honour of World Water Day, please join us for an online discussion about water, moderated by Vicki Monague, with George Moore of Simcoe County Kairos. Water Connections is a critical dialogue on environmental governance in Ontario, and Indigenous and...


Remember Me: A National Day of Remembrance

Parliament Hill Ottawa

A day led by children and youth. Memorializing the children who didn't come home from school, honouring school survivors and their families, honouring survivors of Indigenous child apprehension programs, Eagle Feather Ceremony for survivors, performances by children, guest speaker Autumn...

Truth and Reconciliation: Learning, Understanding and Healing

Gatehouse Grounds, Colonel Samuel Smith Park, Gatehouse Grounds, Colonel Samuel Smith Park, 3101 Lake Shore Blvd West, Toronto

Public Gathering honouring the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Etobicoke 2 -3 pm, Friday September 30, 2022 Gatehouse Grounds, Colonel Samuel Smith Park, 3101 Lake Shore Blvd West (near 14th St)-- street parking available, TTC -501 bus Led...



Online, EASTERN Time Zone

Please join us for an evening of reflection on climate justice on October 25th. A video presentation prepared by KAIROS Guelph will be followed by insights on the climate emergency and actions for healing from special guests Elizabeth Snell and...