Eagle Feather Ceremony for Survivors of Indian Residential Schools.

Eagle Feather Ceremony for Survivors of Indian Residential Schools.

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Parliament Hill

Wellington Street

Ottawa, ON K1A 0A9


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On September 30th, National Day of Truth and Reconciliation, we will honour Indian residential school survivors with an Eagle Feather.

About this event

If you like, you will have seating in front for our national opening ceremony: Remember Me: A National Day of Remembrance. Click here for the official website: Remember Me Website.

We hope that you will accept an Eagle Feather as a gesture of gratitude.

We honour you because you have shown strength and given us all the courage and humility to heal.

We are an Indigenous women led, not for profit organization. We are the facilitators of this national event on Parliament Hill, Ottawa. Dawn Iehstoseranon:nha (she keeps the feathers) is a Mohawk Feather Keeper and will be presenting individual Eagle feathers to residential school survivors.

* Eagle feathers are in limited quantity and you must be registered to receive one.

*You must be present on Parliament Hill at 8:30 am to receive your feather. Feathers cannot be mailed. Please don't register if you cannot attend in person. Niawen'ko:wa Miigwetch.

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