Reconciliation Canada

Organization Type: Other Nonprofit
Address: Suite 206 – 1999 Marine Drive, North Vancouver, British Columbia V7P 3J3
Contact: Cristina Chihaia
Phone: 604-770-4434
Website: http://www.reconciliationcanada.ca

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Born from the vision of Chief Dr. Robert Joseph, Gwawaenuk Elder, Reconciliation Canada is leading the way in engaging Canadians in dialogue and transformative experiences that revitalize the relationships among Indigenous peoples and all Canadians. Our model for reconciliation engages people in open and honest conversation to understand our diverse histories and experiences. We actively engage multi-faith and multi-cultural communities to explore the meaning of reconciliation. Together, we are charting a New Way Forward.

Through the development of meaningful partnerships and community outreach programs, Reconciliation Canada has delivered a series of Reconciliation Dialogue Workshops across Canada, hosted events during Reconciliation Week in September 2013, including the Walk for Reconciliation engaging 70,000 people in Downtown Vancouver, and co-hosted events in Ottawa and Vancouver to coincide with the closing of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada.

Each person has an important role to play in reconciliation. Reconciliation begins with oneself and then extends into our families, relationships, workplaces and eventually into our communities.


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Reconciliation Canada’s Volunteer Opportunities

Art Project Assistant

Organization: Reconciliation Canada
Category: Communications / Marketing / Media
Description: Position Overview Reconciliation Canada is seeking a team of highly motivated individuals to provide support to the Outreach team by assisting with researching community organizations and …Read More

Outreach Assistant

Organization: Reconciliation Canada
Category: Communications / Marketing / Media
Description: Position Overview   Reconciliation Canada is seeking a highly motivated individual to provide support to the Outreach team by assisting with researching community organizations and building …Read More
You nourish your soul by fulfilling your destiny, by developing the potential that the soul represents. When you fulfill your soul’s destiny, you will feel “right.” Conversely, when you ignore your soul’s destiny, when you get caught up in your own self-interests and forget to care for others, you will not feel “right.” Instead, you will feel empty and unfulfilled. During these times, you are neglecting your soul–you are depriving it of nourishment. When I talk to people who feel this emptiness and lack of fulfillment, I recommend they find a source of balance in their lives. I suggest they find a way to “give back” to the world in order to feel a sense of completeness.

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