Make the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Matter

Written by Danielle Harder, HIP communications committee member Saturday, Sept. 30 marks Canada’s third National Day for Truth and Reconciliation…

James Bartleman-A True Friend

HIP lost a true friend with the passing of the former Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, the Honourable James Bartleman. Our..

Return of Adventure in Understanding Peterborough

The Adventure in Understanding, an initiative by the Rotary Club of Peterborough Kawartha, commenced its journey in 2014. It briefly..

Misko Aki Exhibit – Indigenous Cultural Understanding

Dear HIP Allies,The Misko-Aki: Confluence of Cultures Exhibit at Muskoka Wharf in Gravenhurst, ON is an extraordinary initiative that aims..

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By gaining awareness and understanding for each others’ differences and environments, communities begin to break down harmful stereotypes and acknowledge contributions of both Indigenous and Non-Indigenous peoples.

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