KAIROS Reconciliation in Our Watershed – October 12 -14, 2017


Reconciliation in Our Watershed – October 12 -14, 2017


Oct 12 – Panel Discussion – Environmental Racism in Atlantic Canada
6:45 pm – 8:45 pm
Halifax North Memorial, Library, 2285 Gottingen Street
Perspectives on environmental racism in Nova Scotia and the broader Atlantic Region, with panelists from ENRICH Project and Cornwallis Baptist Church Leaders.

October 13 – Film Screening and Panel Discussion
6:45 pm – 8:45 pm
Mi’kmaq Friendship Centre
2158 Gottingen Street
Film screening of “Cold Amazon” and “Saving the Shubenacadie” and panel discussion with Elders Alma Brooks, St. Mary’s First Nation, and Dorene Bernard, Sipekne’katik First Nation.

October 14 – Full Day Workshop
10 am – 3 pm
St. Andrew’s United Church
6036 Coburg Road
A full-day workshop focused on learning, relationship-building, and action to renew relationships between indigenous and non-indigenous peoples and their local watersheds.

For more info about this 3-day event contact:
Shannon Neufeldt
416-463-5312 ext. 222
[email protected]

For more information about KAIROS Reconciliation in the Watershed Program, visit or email [email protected]

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