For the last three weeks I’ve been living among 750 Anglican bishops gathered at the University of Kent in Canterbury, England, for the Lambeth Conference, an event that happens only once every ten years. We’ve spent most of our time in bible study, prayer and worship, but we’ve also considered issues that are important in the life of Canada, and of the world.
Once again it appears possible that Canada may join with the United States in a punitive attack against Iraq.
Minaki, ON Sunday, August 8, 1993 — The primate of the Anglican Church of Canada has apologized to aboriginal Anglicans for the “pain and hurt” they experienced in church-run residential schools. “I have felt shame and humiliation as I have heard of suffering inflicted by my people, and as I think of the part our … Continued
April 20, 1989 Dear Mr. Prime Minister: I urge you to intervene in the present crisis regarding post secondary education for Native Students. The situation has grown much worse since I wrote to you on April 10th. A number of non-fasting students, the National Chief and other chiefs met with the Minister of Indian Affairs, … Continued