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MCEC Truth & Reconciliation

MCEC Truth and Reconciliation Working Groups are part of the larger MC Canada Indigenous Settler Working Group structure.

There are five MCEC Truth & Reconciliation Working Groups:

Niagara Area
Greater Toronto Area
Markham Stouffville and Toronto

Kitchener-Waterloo Area
Hamilton Area

Local Organizations, Resources and People

Healing for the Seven Generations 
MISSION - The Healing of the Seven Generations is healing from the past, where the waters were not calm, the people just cried, where the children became broken and lost. Where the children were stolen from their families. Healing of the Seven Generations is a place that provides calmer waters. Life in the future is spiritual, and healing has taken place, from between the wings of the Creator above for the men, the women, the youth, and the children. Guiding our People from the past, into today, and wholehearted for the future.


Anishnabeg Outreach 
The DREAM - A centralized space for Indigenous people to grow, learn and to be a beacon for future generations. A place where we involve the entire person – including their families and their connections. Before moving on to our dreams, it is important to remember and reflect on our roots and our growth

Mary Anne Caibaiosai 
Water Walk Leader

Wilfrid Laurier University - Indigenous Initiatives and Services

Wilfrid Laurier University - Centre for Indigegogy

University of Waterloo - St Paul’s Indigenous Student Centre

University of Waterloo - Reconciliation: Discussions and Implications of Settler peoples in Canada
a 10 week course

Conestoga College Aboriginal Services
Be-Dah-Bin Gamik, a Place of New Beginnings, provides services for Aboriginal students at Conestoga College, including those who are First Nations (status and non-status), Metis and Inuit. It is a warm, welcoming and comfortable environment that assists students with a smooth transition to college life by providing ongoing student support.

Region of Waterloo - Public Health report on First Nations health in the Region

APTN - Aboriginal Peoples Television Network

CBC - CBC Indigenous News

GLOBAL News - GLOBAL First Nations News

Huffington Post - Huffington Post Aboriginal News