Tag Archives: Experiential Learning

Pulling Together Canoe Journeys

The Pulling Together Canoe Society, incorporated as a non-profit in 2004, organizes annual canoe trips along the West Coast of British Columbia that bring together RCMP officers, public servants, and Aboriginal peoples. Their mission statement reads: “Recognizing the past by … Continue reading

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Unist’ot’en Action Camp

       The Unist’ot’en Clan of the Wet’suwet’en Nation have established an Action Camp on their traditional territory in the northern part of settler-named British Columbia. This initiative began in 2010 and has since seen visitors from across the country. The purpose of … Continue reading

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Otesha Project: Nation to Nation Tour 2013

The tour was developed to bring Indigenous and non-Indigenous people together to “renew relationships with each other.”  2013 was the first year this tour ran. Participants rode their bikes for 300km along the St. Lawrence River to create awareness of … Continue reading

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Tim Hortons: Aboriginal Relations

Tim Hortons has taken steps to develop relationships with Aboriginal communities, and to create awareness of the diverse Aboriginal people within Canada. A variety of initiatives have been created to develop Aboriginal relations. Their philosophy is based around the idea … Continue reading

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Wampum: Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Youth Experience

Wampum is a one-week summer camp program for youth aged 12 to 14, hosted by the Aboriginal Ministries Circle and the Hamilton and London Conferences, at Five Oaks Education and Retreat Centre. The program is part of Five Oaks’ ongoing “Right … Continue reading

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