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Contemplations

A shot of me presenting Romeo Dallaire with a feather, some sweet grass and some sage in honour of his contribution to world peace by bringing attention to the genocide in Rwanda which he calls a “failure of humanity”.
He is the author of the book: Shake Hands withe the Devil

Wayne Helgason & Linda Ross sharing a laugh with Actor, Adam Beach, at The Tsawout First Nation Gala to rebuild their Longhouse.

Actor, Adam Beach, attended the Gala for the fundraiser and gave an inspirational talk to the attendees. Wayne Helgason, an active advocate for the rights of the Aboriginal peoples in Canada had known Adam when he was a youth.

Linda knew that Adam was a big supporter of adequate, safe and affordable Housing for Aboriginal peoples both off and on reserve.

Adam offered to help with advocacy and possibly lending his name to fundraising efforts for various projects. We are grateful to Adam and look forward to a long and fruitful relationship.

University of Manitoba Statement of Apology and Reconciliation

Statement Of Apology

As a graduate of the University of Manitoba and the mother of an Aboriginal young man, this apology has a profound impact on me and my family. I am very proud of my Alma Mater for taking responsibility for the role they played in this dark part of our history in Manitoba.

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<p>A shot of me presenting Romeo Dallaire with a feather, some sweet grass and some sage in honour of his contribution to world peace by bringing attention to the genocide in Rwanda which he calls a "failure of humanity".  
He is the author of the book: Shake Hands withe the Devil</p>  
<p><em>Wayne Helgason & Linda Ross sharing a laugh with Actor, Adam Beach, at The Tsawout First Nation Gala to rebuild their Longhouse.</em></p> <p><em>Wayne Helgason & Linda Ross sharing a laugh with Actor, Adam Beach, at The Tsawout First Nation Gala to rebuild their Longhouse.</em></p>
<img src="/wp-content/ uploads/2012/ 11/Wayne-Adam-Linda.jpeg" alt="" title="Wayne-Adam-Linda" class="alignnone size-full wp-image-303" />  
<p>Actor, Adam Beach, attended the Gala for the fundraiser and gave an inspirational talk to the attendees. Wayne Helgason, an active advocate for the rights of the Aboriginal peoples in Canada had known Adam when he was a youth. </p> <p>Actor, Adam Beach, attended the Gala for the fundraiser and gave an inspirational talk to the attendees. Wayne Helgason, an active advocate for the rights of the Aboriginal peoples in Canada had known Adam when he was a youth. </p>
<p>Linda knew that Adam was a big supporter of adequate, safe and affordable Housing for Aboriginal peoples both off and on reserve. </p> <p>Linda knew that Adam was a big supporter of adequate, safe and affordable Housing for Aboriginal peoples both off and on reserve. </p>
<p>Adam offered to help with advocacy and possibly lending his name to fundraising efforts for various projects. We are grateful to Adam and look forward to a long and fruitful relationship. <p>Adam offered to help with advocacy and possibly lending his name to fundraising efforts for various projects. We are grateful to Adam and look forward to a long and fruitful relationship.
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<h3>University of Manitoba Statement of Apology and Reconciliation</h3>  
<a class="button" style="width: 150px;" href="assets/ pdfs/StatementOfApology.pdf">Statement Of Apology</a>  
<p>As a graduate of the University of Manitoba and the mother of an Aboriginal young man, this apology has a profound impact on me and my family. I am very proud of my Alma Mater for taking responsibility for the role they played in this dark part of our history in Manitoba.</p>  

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