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Intergenerational Conversation with Youth with the Cardinals.

This series now plans to look to the future in line with IofC Canada’s focus this year of Building Bridges Across Generations.  

Photo credit: Ryan Parker

Oka: A Crisis or a Resistance of Indigenous People? Why the Oka Crisis? What do we learn from it?

The Circles on Indigenous Worldviews series is part of IofC Canada’s commitment to promote learning and understanding between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples, and to give voice to those who say, ‘The truth has to be told’.

Chief Lee Crowchild - Why do we believe what we believe?

Circles on Indigenous Worldviews


Building Bridges Across Generations


We are part of a global movement of people of diverse cultures and backgrounds, who are committed to the transformation of society through changes in human motives and behaviour, starting with their own.

Building Bridges Across Generations

IofC Canada has a long history with promoting effective intercultural, inter-religious and intergenerational bridge building across societal divides, creating safe spaces where people of different origins, beliefs and religions can have dialogue, undo prejudices, and reach across divides.


Learn about how we are creating space for Young Generation dialogue. Our next session is June 7th on experiences with social media.
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