Join True North Aid in a walk towards reconciliation on the trails of Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area. Reflect upon Canada’s past and present relationship with Indigenous peoples and learn how to take action for a better tomorrow. During the walk, information about Canada’s history with Indigenous peoples will be available with suggestions on how to be a good ally and become part of reconciliation efforts and actions in Canada. This is a free educational event. 

Good Ally Project will be hosting a Reconciliation Walk on Sunday, September 26th, 2021 from 10am to 3pm at Little Cataraqui Conservation Area. GAP will also be hosting a Blanket Exercise from 1pm to 3pm with a maximum of 20 people. 
 Your time spent in reflection and quiet discussion with others is as long as you would like to join us for – but the walk itself is either 30 mins – 1 hour in length.

This is a solemn event allowing for personal introspection that brings to light the reality of Canada’s past and current relationship with First Nations, Metis, and Inuit peoples. It is an event that is designed to be a self-guided tour on one of two marked trails at Little Cat, following Canada’s chronological history of the systemic residential school history through facts, stats and quotes, allowing for one’s heart and mind to be ready to share with others on Thursday, September 30th – Orange Shirt Day.  

In addition to the Reconciliation Walk, True North Aid is offering an opportunity to participate in the Blanket Exercise. The blanket exercise is an interactive educational program that teaches the history of indigenous peoples in Canada. The program was created in response to the 1996 report of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples and is used as a teaching tool across Canada.
Our intention is to provide smudge for centring one’s self before walking the trails, drumming, and an opportunity to sign a Good Ally Banner, committing to one’s own personal tolerance and growth and relationship building with Indigenous peoples, in a spirit of reconciliation.
Information regarding the good work and many projects True North Aid has committed to across Canada will be available in the Outdoor Center.


As we all have been used to doing, we ask that you self-screen yourself for any symptoms related to COVID-19.

Registration is required for contact tracing. 

Masks must be worn within the Outdoor Centre and social distancing will be encouraged. 

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