A site for Canadian Christians and Canadian Muslims who want to know one another more deeply and grow more deeply in understanding of each other's faith traditions.
Anglican Church of Canada Indigenous Ministries
A helpful collection of resources to support the work of relationship-building between settlers and the Indiginous peoples including the popular Sacred Teachings podcast series.
Anglican Church of Canada Reconciliation Toolkit
Links to documents about our church's historical relationship to Indigenous peoples and our part in residential school and the attempted extinction of the First Peoples of Turtle Island and resources for action including the Truth and Reconciliation Commissions (TRC) 94 Calls to Action.
Black Anglicans of Canada
A space for courage building, healing, fellowship and empowerment for and by Black Anglicans and for the whole church.
Circa 1948 is an augmented reality app for the iPhone and iPad that allows users to take a virtual tour of two important sites from Vancouver’s history: Hogan’s Alley and the Old Hotel Vancouver, both since destroyed. Internationally renowned artist, Stan Douglas, has created 3D models of these locations which have been meticulously researched and are historically accurate, scripted spaces that can be physically navigated by the user. Using an iOS device as a window into the past, one will be able to literally walk into these places, on-line at the actual locations where the Alley and Hotel once stood, or off-line, anywhere in the world.
Clean Water, Broken Promises by Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN)
A collaborative investigation into water issues in First Nations.
Faith in the Declaration
A coalition of Canadian faith houses and faith organizations working together to support the implementation of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
A First Nation-led research centre based in the Faculty of Arts at Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario. Privileging First Nation philosophy and rooted in community networks, Yellowhead is focused on policies related to land and governance. The Institute offers critical and accessible resources for communities in their pursuit of self-determination. It also aims to foster education and dialogue on First Nation governance across fields of study, between the University and the wider community, and among Indigenous peoples and Canadians.