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Our commitment to Reconciliation includes a seven-year partnership with First Nations University of Canada and Reconciliation Education to provide their in-depth, industry-leading, professional development course, 4 Seasons of Reconciliation, to all Seventh-day Adventist members in Canada. It is also mandatory for all present and new employees. Email to receive access as a member of the denomination


Above Photo: First Nations University of Canada, Regina Campus.

"As a Cree person I am excited for other church members to explore Indigenous history in Canada so we can truly have reconciliation and a better Canada for all. I believe 4 Seasons of Reconciliation is an excellent resource to do so."

Church member

"I learned so much!  The course was excellent: it was eye-opening and informative.  I loved how the truth was presented in such a simple and easy-to-understand way. I think everyone should take this course to have a better understanding of the history of the Indigenous Peoples of Canada."

Conference President

"The course fanned the flame of desire to support, learn, and respect Indigenous peoples here in Canada and around the world. I want to demonstrate how we can work better for the mutual good of each other through reconciliation experiences, and living the agreement as outlined in the “Two Row Wampum” Treaty. 
I support the four seasons of reconciliation"


Conference Youth Director

"I'm 47 and embarrassingly never been educated on this."

Life-Long Teacher and Canadian

"I especially appreciated that absence of any imposition of guilt but rather the focus on historic and current facts, and real solutions for now and the future . . . This course was hugely impactful in that I now, surprising myself, look in real hope to the unfolding of a truly national process of reconciliation - and that I can be part of this in my small corner of creation."

Church Member

All photos and videos on this page are provided by First Nations University of Canada and  Reconciliation Education.

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