Gladys Cook

Topahdewin: The Gladys Cook Story premieres next week in Winnipeg

Topahdewin: The Gladys Cook Story, will premiere at Winnipeg’s IMAX theatre next Tuesday, April 5th at 7:30 pm, with a second viewing on May 2nd at St. John’s Anglican Cathedral.

Gladys Cook
Gladys Cook

The first screening at Winnipeg’s IMAX theatre is by invitation, said Lisa Barry, Anglican Video senior producer. Because of the level of interest, the second viewing organised by the diocese of Rupert’s Land will take place on Monday May 2nd at 7.30 pm at St. John’s Anglican Cathedral.

Topahdewin: The Gladys Cook Story depicts the life of Gladys Cook, a residential school survivor. Ms Cook, a 74-year-old woman originally from the Sioux Valley Reserve, was sexually abused at the age of 9, while attending residential school, but later rediscovered a faith that acknowledges both Christian and native spirituality. She has used her experiences to help native women, addicts, and survivors of abuse through counselling.

For April 5th premiere, please contact:
Lisa Barry
Anglican Video Senior Producer
Tel:416-924-9199 ext.295
Email:lbarry@national.anglican.ca
For May 2nd Viewing, please contact:
The Diocese of Rupert’s Land
Tel:204-992-4200/ toll-free 1-866-693-4418
Email:cmondor@rupertsland.anglican.ca


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