Indigenous Justice News


Anglican Presence at the Women's Memorial March

We don’t see a lot of public liturgy in the city. But for 27 years, on Valentines Day, an ever-growing group of mostly indigenous women and their supporters, have marched and prayed on the streets of Vancouver’s... Read More

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Residential Schools Teaching Tool

In 2014 the diocese partnered with the Interfaith Institute for Justice Peace and Social Movements to produce an accessible teaching tool on the ways that Indian Residentail Schools impact the children and... Read More

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Join Anglicans at the Women's Memorial March

27th Annual Feb 14th Women’s Memorial March Tuesday Feb 14th, 2017 For years many Anglicans have prayed, organized and acted as part of this grassroots led gathering of mourning and resistance. This year many of us... Read More


Wisdom of Elders Celebration

Under a full moon in January approximately 80 people met in the upstairs offices of an East Van service organization. The group was about one half Indigenous youth and youth-workers, the other half church people... Read More

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Congratulations to the Parish of St. George's, Ft. Langley

Reprinted from the Anglican Foundation Website The Anglican Foundation is excited to announce the recipients of the 2016 Request-for-Proposals grants. AFC requested proposals that address the Truth and... Read More

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Coming Home Society December 2016 Newsletter

Please find attached below the December 2016 issue of The Coming Home Society (Urban Native Youth Association) Newsletter edited and produced by CHS president Linda Adams, ODNW. Read More


Pipe Ceremony in Agassiz

On November 16 as part of All Saints’, Agassiz’s Wrongs to Rights book study program we held a traditional Pipe Ceremony in the hall led by Cree elder Frank Surprenant. Fifty years ago two other Cree elders gave... Read More


UPDATE - Standing with Standing Rock

Bishop Skelton asks that we share this call for prayer from last summer from Archbishop Fred Hiltz and National Indigenous Bishop,the Right Reverend Mark MacDonald published on the TEC online news. Please share this... Read More


Reconciliation Dialogue Workshop

Reconciliation Canada and Chief Dr. Robert Joseph, Reconciliation Canada Ambassador are pleased to announce that they are hosting a Reconciliation Dialogue Workshop: Professional Learning Experience in Vancouver,... Read More


Happy National Aboriginal Day

  This is Mary Quaw...or “Old Mary” / “Six-Mile Mary” as she was also known, and she lived to be 108 years old. She was a Carrier of the Lheidli T'enneh – “the people from where the two rivers flow together”. She... Read More