“Dumpster diving sisters” raise $1,000 for Northern and Indigenous communities by collecting bottles

  Council of the North: Leaders of Hope, People of Hope Facebook Twitter email Sister Margaret and Sister Heather are all smiles as they load bags of empty bottles into their car. Photo: courtesty of Sister Margaret Hayward The deposit on a single alcohol bottle or can of beer isn’t much, but three nuns from … Continue reading ““Dumpster diving sisters” raise $1,000 for Northern and Indigenous communities by collecting bottles”

‘Our people are still so much in need of healing’

By Tali Folkins April 8, 2019 The new coordinator of the Anglican Healing Fund: on residential schools, trauma and recovery Last November, there was a new leader at the Anglican Church of Canada’s national office: Martha Many Grey Horses had arrived to take up her new role as coordinator of the Anglican Healing Fund, which … Continue reading “‘Our people are still so much in need of healing’”

Arctic Anglicans face dangers of climate change

By Joelle Kidd December 24, 2018 City dwellers may not know just how many kinds of ice there are. “There are all sorts…just the same way that there are all sorts of snow,” says Esther Wesley, co-ordinator of the Anglican Healing Fund. It’s a distinction important to northern communities where ice can be gathered to … Continue reading “Arctic Anglicans face dangers of climate change”