To further the process of Truth and Reconciliation, we provide Indigenous led educational events.  Some of these include a fundraising element to support cross cultural activities of special interest to our Indigenous presenters.  Our primary focus is the traditional territory of the Algonquins, the Ottawa river watershed and the history of the Lanark/Ottawa area. 


We also undertake specific projects as a way of increasing the awareness of the community about Indigenous teachings and issues. In pursuing these activities, we seek to model what reconciliation looks like by developing working relationships between ourselves and Indigenous people grounded in the world view and knowledge system that each brings to the project.  Our projects have included developing a Three Sisters Garden, The Seven Gifts and The Canadian Library Project which memorializes Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls and Two Spirited people. 


We are happy to assist organizations seeking help in identifying Indigenous People and resources to assist them to participate in the Truth and Reconciliation process by sharing our own experience. E.g Blanket Exercises, information about what other groups in our area are doing on our face book and Instagram pages.  We acquire books and materials that people can borrow from our small library and maintain a list of worthwhile resources that can be found online.