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Aboriginal Issues in British Columbia: A Resource Kit

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog1575
Publication Date
c1991
Material Type
Book
Location
OTCH
Call Number
E 78 B9 A3 1991
Place
[Victoria, BC]
Publisher
Project North (B.C.)
Publication Date
c1991
Physical_Description
v.
Material Type
Book
Notes
Resource kit of materials compiled by Project North (B.C.).
Includes annotated bibliography: 8 p.
Includes "Worship Resources": 12 p.
Includes "A New Covenant ... A Pastoral Statement by the Leaders of the Christian Churches on Aboriginal Rights and the Canadian Constitution" dated February 8, 1987.
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Aboriginal Rights Coalition (Project North)
Subjects
Indigenous peoples - British Columbia
Indigenous peoples - British Columbia - Claims
Indigenous peoples - Canada
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Anglican Church of Canada
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Claims - Anglican Church of Canada
Project North (B.C.)
A New Covenant
Call Number
E 78 B9 A3 1991
Copies
2 copies
Location
OTCH
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In peace and friendship : a new relationship with Aboriginal Peoples

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6100
Publication Date
c2008
Material Type
Book
Location
OTCH
Call Number
E 78 K3 I5 2008
Place
Toronto ON
Publisher
Kairos and Aboriginal Rights Office
Publication Date
c2008
Physical_Description
iv, 58 p. : ill. ; 28 x 20.3 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
Cover title.
"Written and edited by Ed Bianchi, Maura Hanrahan, Jennifer Henry, Shannon Neufeldt, and Chuck Wright". p. iv.
"The article, 'Understanding Treaty as Covenant', was graciously provided by Stan McKay". -- p. iv.
"'In Peace and Friendship' is a response to those who faith or conscience compels them to understand more deeply the struggles of Aboriginal peoples in Canada. It provides an opportunity, particularly for non-Aboriginal people, to open themselves to a new perspective by exploring a relationship with the original inhabitants of this land that recognizes their unique nationhood. .... [It] is an educational resource for groups of youth or adults, within a congregation, a regional church body or as an open community event. There are five sessions. This resource could be used as a series of weekly workshops for a local group or linked together for a 2-day conference or retreat. The first and fifth sessions assume a Christian perspective". -- p. i.
Contents: [Prefatory Material i.e.] Purpose -- Uses -- Facilitators -- Format -- Before You Begin -- Terminology -- Table of Contents -- A New Relationship: Contextual Article -- Session 1: Renewing the Covenant -- Faithful to God's Covenant: Theological Reflection -- Session 2: Nation to Nation -- A Continent of Nations: Background Article -- Session 3: Collective Rights -- In Common: Background Article -- Session 4: A Case in Point -- Reclaiming Land in Caledonia: Background Article -- Session 5: Churches in Solidarity ? -- The Churches' Role in Recognizing Aboriginal Rights: Background Article.
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Kairos : Canadian Ecumenical Justice Initiatives
Aboriginal Rights Coalition
Bianchi, Ed
Hanrahan, Maura
Henry, Jennifer
McKay, Stan (Stanley John), 1942-
Neufeldt, Shannon
Wright, Chuck
Subjects
Indigenous peoples - Canada
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Anglican Church of Canada
A New Covenant
Covenants - Religious aspects
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Claims
Call Number
E 78 K3 I5 2008
Location
OTCH
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The sacred path : a journey of healing for Canadian churches and Aboriginal people

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6746
Publication Date
[1995]
Material Type
Book
Location
OTCH
Call Number
E 78 C2 S23 1995
Place
[Ottawa ON]
Publisher
Aboriginal Rights Coalition (Project North)
Publication Date
[1995]
Physical_Description
30 p. : ill. ; 20.5 x 13.3 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
Cover title.
"Produced by the Aboriginal Rights Coalition (Project North)".
"You have in your hands an introduction to the Canadian churches' work on Aboriginal issues. This booklet was compiled for you by the Aboriginal Rights Coalition (ARC). 1995 marks the twentieth anniversary of the Aboriginal Rights Coalition (formerly Project North). Project North was born in 1975 after Aboriginal leaders called the national churches to do more than pass resolutions and issue statements on Aboriginal issues". -- Intro.
Contents: Introduction / Lorraine Land, National Co-Chair, Aboriginal Rights Coalition (Project North) -- Theological Preface / Menno Wiebe, Mennonite Central Committee, Canada -- History of Contact between Indigenous Peoples and Newcomers in the Country Now Called Canada -- The Untied Church of Canada Apology to Native Congregations -- A New Covenant: Towards the Constitutional Recognition and Protection of Aboriginal Self-Government in Canada: A Pastoral Statement by the Leaders of the Christian Churches on Aboriginal Rights and the Canadian Constitution: February 5, 1987 -- Key Issues -- A Selective Resource List: Churches and First Nations -- Resources on Aboriginal Land Rights and Self-Determination -- Aboriginal Rights Coalition Network Groups -- Notes [blank pages headed "Notes"] -- What is ARC ?
Added Entry
Aboriginal Rights Coalition (Project North)
Subjects
Indigenous peoples - Canada
Race relations - Religious aspects - Christianity - Canada
Indigenous peoples - Canada - History
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Government relations
A New Covenant
Call Number
E 78 C2 S23 1995
Location
OTCH
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