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Join True North Aid and our Indigenous elder friends and representatives in Kitchener/Waterloo for a fun and educational evening as we experience , celebrate and taste the rich and diverse Indigenous culture in Canada and discover ways you can help. Come and taste fresh bannock, traditional tea, song, dance, drumming and so much more...

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Attendees will have the choice to watch, or participate. We understand there will be many spiritual and non-spiritual beliefs represented this night. ​Our heart is that through reconciliation and education we can raise awareness and promote an understanding of the difficult and complex history of non-Indigenous/Indigenous relations in Canada, helping us to understand why we find ourselves in this present situation. As we do, attitudes and prejudices change and we open doors to a broader discussion and understanding of the options that are available.
We believe that mutual cooperation and respect will make the difference.
Marie and Robin McLeod - "Marie (Moyah) McLeod was born and raised at Frog Lake Cree Nation, Alberta. A Cultural and traditional family. Robin was born and raised in Delhi Ontario, on a tobacco farm. A descendant of the settlers. A common association with friends from Six Nations of The Grand. Celebrating forty two years of companionship, living on and off reserve. Blessed with three children and eleven grandchildren. Owned and operated custodial services business, in B.C. for sixteen years. Established accredited Cultural group homes for seventeen years, in Alberta. Serving Indigenous children, youth and families with the Medicine Wheel program. Clients placed by DFNA's (Delegated First Nations Authorities) and Provincial Child and Family Services, from across Western Canada. Certified Medicine Wheel facilitators and instructors. Remaining humble servants, students and practitioners of the "Way of Life".
Norman MacCallum - Born and raised in Buffalo Narrows, Sask, a member of the Woodland Cree Nation (Elder), completed high school, college and some university , worked the mining industry, Federal and Provincial Government, worked 7 years in Nunavut and western Arctic as the alcohol and drug specialist and 1 years as the Executive Director of the Fort Providence First Nations and 2 years as the Aboriginal Consultant for Imperial Oil. Blessed to sit on many committees that were geared to helping aboriginal peoples and communities, also had the privilege of being a member of Prince Albert Police Commission for 6 years, also attended Bible College graduated as a Pastor finally celebrating 40 years of sobriety from alcohol and smoking.
PO Box 37023, Kitchener ON
N2A 4A7
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