National Truth and Reconciliation Day

One Burlington honours the diverse faith and cultural groups in Burlington, Halton and area by hosting engaging multifaith and multicultural events. For Canada’s National Truth and Reconciliation day on Sept. 30th, we invite you to a special online event highlighting the faith and culture of our Indigenous peoples.

Celebrating an Indigenous Harvest on 30th September starting at 7:30 pm with
– Indigenous Elder of the Mississaugas of the Credit, Carolyn King CM.
– Mohawk Nation singer and dancer Semiah Smith performing at Crawford Lake
– Sherry Saevil of “Grandmothers’ Voice” of the Haudenosaunee at an Indigenous Healing Garden
To attend, please register by 29 September at:
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAocOuoqDstHtXHKzbnDDtbdcuuoLt68CQb

This is a free event funded in part by the City of Burlington and the Government of Canada.

Another way to honour this day:

Our denominational Office of Social Justice would like to offer you the opportunity to reflect on this day through a podcast called “Reflections for Truth and Reconciliation Day”. You can find a full introduction and the podcast at the link below:

https://dojustice.crcna.org/article/reflections-national-truth-and-reconciliation-day