Walking Together: We Are All Treaty People - Online Series

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It is our prayer this free online conference will help educate non-indigenous people about the past as a step in the reconciliation journey.

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”Stand at the crossroads and look; ask for the ancient paths, ask where the good way is, and walk in it, and you will find rest for your souls.” Jeremiah 6:16 (NIV).

Shortly after settlers first arrived, the crown made a promise in the form of the Treaty of Niagara in 1764. The government agreed to respect Indigenous peoples and their cultures, to include Indigenous people as partners in decisions going forward, and to meet annually to review and celebrate the relationship between us. Decades later, Canada began systematically ignoring this treaty which lead to the Indian Act in 1876. This act fostered residential schools (which lasted for more than a century) and also fostered the 60’s scoop. While we cannot change the past, we can learn from it and we can change the future. We invite you to join us as we listen and learn from regional and national Indigenous leaders.

Keynote speakers are: Dr Cheryl Bear, Dr John Borrows, former Grand Chief Dr Matthew Coon Come, Dr. Alan Ojiig Corbiere, elder Albert Dumont, and musician/songwriter Jonathan Maracle.

"Can two people walk together without agreeing on the direction?" Amos 3:3 (NLT)

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This conference will be online and will be a weekly series of evening events to listen and learn from our keynote speakers with questions and answers after each session. This series will begin October 2020.

Free Registration

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there will not be a cost to register, but registration for all attendees is required.

You are welcome to register for one, or all of the events. The link for each session will be sent to attendees the morning of that specific lecture.

Registration Instructions:

  • To attend all the sessions, select All Sessions - Walking Together . Do not register for individual sessions.
  • If there are only certain session(s) you can attend, just register for those.
  • If two people will be sharing a device and registering together, please select "1" for the ticket, but put both first names in the Contact Information box when completing your registration. (example: John and Joan)


If you feel a desire to make a donation to an Indigenous charity or ministry consider these organizations or choose one of your own. (However a donation is certainly not required). Thank you!

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Please email Jim McMorine with any questions about the event.

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