Posts Tagged "ReconciliACTION"

Share your story on COVID’s impact on Education for Reconciliation

January 25, 2021

KAIROS needs your help. We would love to hear your answers to the following questions to guide our plans to fully realize Education for Reconciliation, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s (TRC) Call to Action 62.  If you are able to please respond to the following (as a teacher, parent or student). We would love to hear from you! Please forward this…

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5 Years of Truth and Reconciliation

November 3, 2020

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC) released its Final Report in December 2015. Since then, KAIROS has worked hard to keep the TRC Report and 94 Calls to Action at the forefront of our social justice and education work in…

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Pathways to Awareness and Understanding: actions toward right relations: Meet with Chef Charles Catchpole

St. Paul’s Circle of Indigenous Friends and Advocates is excited to present this year’s Conference online with an added webinar series and an amazing lineup of speakers and performers!  Our Wednesday Webinar series includes Matthew Stevens, Cultural Director of the…

Indigenous curriculum key to Reconciliation in Canada

September 11, 2020

In 2018, KAIROS was encouraged by progress made by provincial and territorial governments in implementing the Truth and Reconciliation of Canada’s Call to Action 62.i (Education for Reconciliation).   That year, Alberta received a grade of Excellent in “Public Commitment” and Good for “Implementation” from KAIROS’ Education for Reconciliation (E4R) Report Card.   However, like others in…

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Creating a new relationship with our forests NOW

September 25, 2019

This summer I co-led the KAIROS Rolling Justice Bus ‘Forests Forever’ tour. The tour was about Connecting the Dots, about how everything in a watershed is connected. What we do to one part of a watershed we do to everyone…

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Reconciliation in the Watershed – Winnipeg

A workshop to re-learn and re-vamp understandings of the environment through decolonizing our relationship with water. Our watersheds sustain our lives and connect us to those both near and far – but our actions have impacts on the environment beyond…


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…


TORONTO: Honouring Residential School Survivors

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…


OTTAWA: Covenant Chain Link IX

Keynote Speaker Max FineDay is a citizen of Sweetgrass First Nation and comes from proud Norwegian farmers in southern Saskatchewan. He is the Executive Director of Canadian Roots Exchange, a youth-led charity providing Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth opportunities to engage in…

MEDIA ADVISORY: Edmonton Indigenous and newcomer communities gather for reconciliation, March 10

March 1, 2018

Edmonton event is one of five KAIROS’ Indigenous and Newcomer Friendships events in four cities and provinces (Edmonton, AB) – KAIROS Canada, in partnership with local organizations, presents Indigenous and Newcomer Friendships for a Just and Inclusive Community in Edmonton…

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KAIROS stands with young Indigenous people

February 23, 2018

On February 23, the day after a jury in Winnipeg returned a not guilty verdict in the death of Tina Fontaine, people across the country are wrapping themselves in blankets in a powerful , poignant and public expression of care…

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