As a faith community, RHUC has committed to Right Relations with First Nations, Inuit and Metis people of Canada amd to supporting the Reconciliation procecess.

The Living in Right Relations Committee is the group which support this work both within RHUC and throughout the wider community of Richmond Hill by participating in the "Pathways Towards Reconciliation" group.

RHUC also supports the Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School, a First Nations high school in Thundar Bay, Ontario: by providing winter coats and other necessities.

In March 2018, CBC News launched Beyond 94, a website that monitors progress on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 Calls to Action.  The site provides up-to-date status reports on each call to action, as well as extensive summaries explaining those status reports.  Check it out using this link

The video above was shared at the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts , prior to the keynote speaker Brenda Wastasecoot's presentation September 30th.   It is entitled "Stolen Children, Residential School survivors speak out".

 "A member of the Gitksan First Nation, Blackstock was born in the rural community of Burns Lake, British Columbia. Since earning a bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of British Columbia, she has devoted her life to child protection and Indigenous child welfare." [source - ]

A National Crime   Experience a Chilling Labrador Inuit Tradition with Nalujuk Night 

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