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The Idle No More movement and the hunger strike by Attawapiskat chief Theresa Spence have brought global attention to unresolved treaty issues and a broken relationship between Indigenous Peoples and many Canadians.
“I firmly believe this is an exciting time for all Canadians,” says Harley Eagle, a coordinator of Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) Canada’s work with Indigenous Peoples.
Introducing Cody Johnson, Joel Mayward, Victor Wall, Benjamin Surance, Mbelolo ya Mpiku, I.P. Asheervadam, Ato Kiros Teka Haddis, Vasily V. Ryzhof, Marlene Wall.
Farewell to Dan Unrau, Curtis Klassen.
Congregation transitions: Walls of Freedom
Vancouver When pastor Mike Nishi got the call from a couple in his church whose marriage was hurting it was both an answer to prayer and a moment of apprehension.…
An MCC Ottawa Office intern reflects on God and GovernmentIf you were to turn on the television today and catch a clip on Canadian political debate, you would likely see a disheartening display of partisanship, negativity, and false speech…. As Christians, we may wonder, “Is this really a government that’s been ‘established by God’?” (Romans 13:1).
Cassava farmers in Tanzania stand to greatly benefit from three projects just launched by Tanzania’s Ministry of Agriculture, Food Security, and Cooperatives (MAFC) and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF). The new initiatives support efforts to develop disease-resistant cassava varieties and more sustainable seed systems through which improved varieties can be delivered…