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Community foundations on the path towards Reconciliation

This month we’re sharing stories, ideas and examples of Reconciliation in action to highlight the many ways community philanthropy is involved in strengthening the relationship...

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Temagami hosts community conversation about Truth and Reconciliation

by Victoria Grant, Board Chair with Community Foundations of Canada and founding Chair of the Temagami Community Foundation We all know what happens when family...

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Walk for Wenjack: Revisiting a family’s tragic loss with respect, compassion and hope

Written and photos by Darlene MacGillivray, Executive Director, Kenora and Lake of the Woods Regional Community Foundation. On the weekend of November 19 and 20, 2016, I...

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In The Middle of Everything: Reflections from the Arctic

I find it difficult to put into words how transformative our trip to Northern Canada and Greenland was with Students on Ice three months ago....

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Five questions with Victoria Grant, CFC’s Board Chair

This interview between reporter Sue Nielsen and Victoria Grant, Chair of Community Foundations of Canada’s Board of Directors, first appeared in the Temiskaming Speaker...

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New partnership with Unifor to enhance Reconciliation movement among youth

Today, on National Aboriginal Day, we’re pleased to announce that Unifor, Canada’s largest labour union, is partnering with Community Foundations of Canada and the...

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First wave of Indigenous-led projects engage communities for Canada’s 150th

(OTTAWA, ON) June 21, 2016 – An initial wave of Indigenous-led activities will engage communities across the country this summer thanks to contributions from...

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What’s our role in Truth and Reconciliation?

When it comes to Reconciliation, are the responsibilities of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people the same or different? Are non-Indigenous people welcome to attend Indigenous...

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Philanthropic declaration of action

Canada’s leading philanthropic organizations declare solidarity and support for stronger, positive relationships between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal peoples. Coinciding with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission...

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