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Reconciliation is a journey, not a destination

“I don’t believe we should ever forget what has happened, but we need to go forward. The wind goes forward. It never goes backward. We need to move ahead and forge good relationships.”

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MMIWG Inquiry witnesses cling to faith, hope for answers

“Nobody can tell me that my sister is less important than anybody. Try to explain that to her son.”

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Youth will be the teachers on reconciliation

“I know that when I was in school I didn’t learn about that,” said Carrie, adding she learned a lot from her daughter. “There was lots of conversations in the household and knowledge transfer from student to parent with regards to reconciliation.”

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St. Kateri honoured at Lac Ste. Anne

“We are here for healing, for prayer, for giving praise and thanksgiving to our God, and to thank God for giving us a model who was so young.” – Sister Kateri Mitchell

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Indigenous people work to solve homelessness in Edmonton

“Not knowing who I was, being unanchored … kind of unhinged me,” said Jesse Thistle, the indigenous partnership lead for the Canadian Observatory on Homelessness, who was once homeless himself.

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