Your Trustees are committed to incorporating healing into all of the operations of the Trust and to assisting Members on their healing journey whenever possible.
We will do this by consciously thinking and asking ourselves if any given action can contribute to healing. This will be fundamental to evaluating project proposals. We will also try to identify articles, films and other materials that members can access on their own to assist in their own personal healing journeys.
We invite all members to identify material, ideas or approaches that will contribute to the healing process.
National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Day videos for Healing a nation.
One Nation Under Stress
In this documentary feature, Dr Sanjay Gupta explores the link between stress and the continuing fall in North American life expectancy.
Advocating for Indigenous Genius, Indigeneity, and Wellbeing.
The Ojibway community of Hollow Water
This documentary profiles the tiny Ojibway community of Hollow Water on the shores of Lake Winnipeg as they deal with an epidemic of sexual abuse in their midst. Based on traditional practices, this unique model of justice reunites families and heals both victims and offenders. The film is a powerful tribute to one community’s ability to heal and create change.
The Alkali Lake Community Story
The legendary story of Alkali Lake, a Shuswap Indian Reserve of some four hundred people near Williams Lake in north-central British Columbia.
215 Innocent Children – Article from the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation
Colonialism as a Broader Social Determinant of Health
Neurodecolonization Chapter 4 – Michael Yellowbird
Learn more about the Sayisi Dene First Nation Relocation Trust Fund.
Read more about our culture, heritage, and history, our past to the present.
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