Canadian Primate’s commission proposes four paths to reconciliation

By Tali Folkins
Posted Dec 19, 2016

[Anglican Journal] A church commission is proposing four ways that Anglicans across Canada can take part in the task of reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in Canada: praying, learning, building relationships and acting.

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  1. The Rev Canon Dr Malcolm Naea Chun says:

    What happened to giving? Many clergy and leaders in indigenous communities have no or little assets for pay and or programmes, so once again it is very real that good intentions can fall short unless these four paths have committed resources for and governed by the people they are to benefit.

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