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Myths of Funding for Indigenous People

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Life Centre, Community Support Centre

10568 114th St

Edmonton, Alberta T5H 3J7

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Speaker Sessions

The Mustard Seed is hosting Speaker Sessions to bring our community together through education and training on a variety of topics important to our organization. We invite you to explore the issues surrounding poverty and homelessness in Edmonton in an informative and engaging environment.



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Harold Roscher

Director, Edmonton Native Healing Center

Harold is the Director of the Edmonton Native Healing Center. He obtained a degree in Religion and Theology from Taylor College and Seminary. With the support of his wife and children, Harold has entered into a journey of rediscovering his Cree ancestry and learning to share the Creator’s teachings with the Aboriginal community.


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Myths of Funding for Indigenous People

People often see and hear on the news that government is giving money to another Indigenous band or that there have been huge payouts to bands for the right for government to build something through or on their land. Why? Is money helping the situation? Why are we giving it? Come and join Harold Roscher, as he will be exploring these questions and more. Harold will talk about the myths around funding for Indigenous people and discuss the cycle of poverty, as well as the struggles that lack of money and excess money present.

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