Event offers opportunity for first steps on path of Indigenous reconciliation

This upcoming Sunday morning, September 26, 2021, Kingston and surrounding area residents will have an opportunity to learn more about core aspects of Indigenous roles in Canadian history, and the sobering impacts that colonial injustices continue to have on Indigenous lives today. Katie Koopman, founder of GAP (Good Ally Project),

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A ‘walk towards reconciliation’ at the Little Cataraqui Conservation Area

“The reality is that, if you are in your 20s today, you could have been a residential school survivor.” They are words that carry a lot of weight, and for good reason, Katie Koopman explained. “It is staggering, and it’s true,” said Koopman, who runs Good Ally Project (GAP), a

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Kingston Police help welcome Rez Girls 64 Wolves to Kingston

If you haven’t heard of the Rez Girls 64 Wolves hockey team, listen up! This team has captured the heart of the nation, with a story that highlights resilience, team work, and the power of passion. The Rez Girls’ Kingston connection began last year, when husband and wife team Steve

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