Traditional Lands of Treaty 6 First Nations and the homelands of the Métis Nation of Alberta Region 4.

Westwood Unitarian Congregation

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Westwood Truth and Reconciliation Resources

A compassionate community of free religious thought, inviting all people to rest, grow, and serve the world.

Territorial Land Acknowledgements: Going Beyond the Script

What is the purpose? How do I make my own?

This video and further resources from the University of Alberta are a place to start.

First Nation Protocol: Thanking the Host first Nation Why You Should -Bob Joseph

Tobacco Offering Protocol

Indigenous Knowledge and Wisdom Centre

“Igniting the fire of our ancestors’ ways of knowing.”

At Kihcihkaw askî we will:

  • Honour the diversity among indigenous cultures
  • Honour the inherent and treaty rights of our peoples
  • Celebrate and sustain our environments, languages, cultures and identities
  • Develop a legacy of knowledge and teachings for life long learning
Kihcihkaw askî – Sacred Land

First Nation Child and Family Caring Society

Stands with First Nations children, youth and families so they have equitable opportunities to grow up safely at home, be healthy, get a good education and be proud of who they are.”

Wondering what you as an individual can actually do? Start here for positive ways to participate.

We are Ravens

Join us in our mission to provide access to justice for Indigenous Nations.

Books & More

Edmonton Public Library

Has a wealth of information by, for, and about Indigenous Peoples, as well as opportunities to develop a deeper understanding of reconciliation and how it impacts all Canadians. 

Mâmawôayâwin is the program for Indigenous Services at EPL.

The name means “all being together” in Nehiyawewin (Plains Cree). It is a reflection of EPL’s intention to bring Indigenous and non-Indigenous Peoples together to learn, discuss and celebrate under various topics. 

Reconcili-ACTION YEG is a student-run blog from the University of Alberta Faculty of Law.

Their four-student team engages with issues related to advancing justice for Indigenous People, including the Reconcili-ACTION Podcast.

Opportunities to learn and engage

Below you will find  invitations to engage in Indigenous events, celebrations and learning experiences at Westwood, and in the larger community.

Postponed Again: Kihcihkaw askî Guided Visit

No visit on Sunday afternoon June 16. Sunday Service is Still at 10:30…Read more ...

Reconciliation Speakers Series

Many thanks to all who participated in our Beyond Land Acknowledgements soup and…Read more ...

Indigenous Existence & the Canadian Polity

May 10, 2024 at 6:45 PM MT Topic: Indigenous Existence and the Canadian…Read more ...

Reserve your Spot Now!

Beyond Land Aknowledgements Speaker Series May 10 2024 You are invited to join…Read more ...


Latest Events

Have a look at Our Events

Below you will find the upcoming events in the building, on-line and off site.