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Land Acknowledgement 

We acknowledge the territories we walk on, their past, and the rightful owners of the land, identifying the importance of the cultural aspects and traditions of the Mississauga’s of the New Credit First Nation part of the Ojibway (Anishinaabe) Nation, one of the largest indigenous nations in North America (Turtle Island).


Considering that we are online, we reside in multiple regions. As an act of reconciliation, we encourage you to learn further about the Indigenous lands and Nations who have taken care of this land before its colonization—acknowledging that these indigenous peoples are still living within their territories and lands, even after the means of the church and government attempting to wipe out generations of ancestral knowledge. 

In the spirit of recognizing reconciliation as not just words at the beginning of meetings and presentations or pages but continued actions to walk in solidarity with indigenous communities, we invite you to find the ancestral owners of the land you walk in.  


This page is created because when I was a young person, I had many questions but not much information. After travelling to various places, I understood that it was a global problem, and this is just my way of giving back and helping those who take an interest in this resource or web page and all it contains.

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