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Wear purple and walk for culturally-based equity for First Nations children

Submitted by Tracey Gazley, First Nations Child and Youth Wellness Worker, Enyonkwa’nikonhriyohake’ (Good Minds) Program


Our Dreams matter too 2016 Graphic“Individual actions seem insignificant, but together the small steps of many people can have an astonishing impact.”  Unknown

Everyone is welcome and encouraged to participate in this year’s walk and letter-writing event to support giving First Nations children the same chance to grow up safely at home, get a good education, be healthy and proud of their cultures.

On Friday, June 10th, participants will meet at 9am at 59er’s (8011 Hwy. #2, Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory) and walk for approximately one hour to the Deseronto post office to mail letters to Prime Minister Trudeau.  Some letters will be available to sign on the day of the walk or CLICK HERE.  Water and fruit will be available, as will transportation back to the 59er’s Hall.








This peaceful and respectful walk, brought to you by the Enyonkwa’nikonhriyohake Program (Good Minds) and other MBQ programs, supports three First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada campaigns:

Please direct any questions to Tracey Gazley at 613-967-0122 x175.

Wendy Anderson, Coordinator, Children and Youth Services Network

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