This Sunday the Cathedral is welcoming and participating in The Shoe Journey.
Everyone is welcome to join The Shoe Journey to show solidarity and friendship, and to be a voice for the 215+ children that were found in a mass grave at the former Kamloops Indian residential school. We bring this memorial forward to places who need to answer to the 215+ children. This powerful demonstration will remind us all that we must act swiftly and strongly for accountability, healing, and justice. Following Covid-safe protocols, we are inviting others to wear their orange T-shirts and hold space as we talk with passers-by, including survivors, about our country’s colonial legacy and how we can support Indigenous peoples today. Come out and support Indigenous community members both from within Tk’emlups te Secwepemc and all over the region. All of us, collectively and individually, have responsibilities for truth, reconciliation and justice, and for implementing the TRC Calls to Action.