Living Into Right Relations



Minute for Right Relations

The Apology

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Other LINKS for Right Relations



The Conference Office has the “We are all Treaty People” guide and teaching kit that is available for use.  This resource is full of fun and engaging activities that will help students learn about the treaty relationship in Ontario.

The guide for Grades 1-8, written by teacher Kelly Crawford from M’Chigeeng First Nation, makes the connections to the Ontario curriculum in the areas of Math, Language, Social Studies and the Arts – based on the book “We are all Treaty People.”

If you would like to borrow the kit, please contact the Conference Office by phone or email at:

[email protected]


Manitou Conference

319 McKenzie Avenue

North Bay, ON  P1B 7E3

(705) 474-3350

Traditional Territories Dialogue

Click here to view the Traditional Territories Dialogue created by Rev. Teresa Jones.

“Truly and Humbly:  Memories of the First Apology”

The Manitou Conference Living into Right Relations Committee and the Manitou Intentional Learning Community invite you to the premiere of the documentary movie Truly and Humbly: Memories of the First Apology. 

Click here for access to watch the documentary.

Make Indigenous Rights Law 

Lawrence Sankey, co-chair, Aboriginal Ministries Council, and the Right Rev. Jordan Cantwell, at 30th anniversary of the United Church’s 1986 Apology.
Support Bill C-262 to ensure that the laws of Canada are in harmony with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
Please click here for more information.

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