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At Frontenac, we are taking time to reflect on the history of Indigenous people in Canada and pledging to implement action at our agency in response to the Calls to Action. Follow us as we share with our community our plans for action and progress within our organization.

More information on the Calls to Action can be found here: newsinteractives.cbc.ca/longform-single/beyond-94...
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At Frontenac, we are taking time to reflect on the history of Indigenous people in Canada and pledging to implement action at our agency in response to the Calls to Action. Follow us as we share with our community our plans for action and progress within our organization.

More information on the Calls to Action can be found here: https://newsinteractives.cbc.ca/longform-single/beyond-94...Image attachment

At Frontenac, we are taking time to reflect on the history of Indigenous people in Canada and pledging to implement action at our agency in response to the Calls to Action. Follow us as we share with our community our plans for action and progress within our organization.

More information on the Calls to Action can be found here: newsinteractives.cbc.ca/longform-single/beyond-94...
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At Frontenac, we are taking time to reflect on the history of Indigenous people in Canada and pledging to implement action at our agency in response to the Calls to Action. Follow us as we share with our community our plans for action and progress within our organization.

More information on the Calls to Action can be found here: https://newsinteractives.cbc.ca/longform-single/beyond-94...Image attachment

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We hope that you can make this day special in your own way.

For more information on the origins of Thanksgiving, check out these articles:
www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/indigenous-thanksgiving-history-1.4345348

www.thestar.com/opinion/commentary/2017/10/09/the-religious-and-nationalist-origins-of-canadian-t...
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