Rotary HIP publishes events and activities on its website. See what's coming up soon: 
January 19th 12 p.m. - The Power of Education in Advancing Reconciliation
The Empire Club of Canada Live Webinar
Education has played a unique and powerful role in Canada's history in both perpetuating systemic oppression of Indigenous peoples and in helping to advance reconciliation. As the nation continues to embark on a process of reflection and learning, join us for a critical conversation amongst Indigenous leaders on the connection between education and reconciliation.  Speakers include Chief Stacey Laforme Gimaa (Chief) of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, Dr. Tracey Bear Director & Assistant Professor McMaster Indigenous Research Institute, Chief Cadmus Delorme Chief Cowessess First Nation, and Kory Wilson ED, Indigenous Initiatives & Partnerships BC Institute of Technology.  REGISTER HERE. (Registration for this event is complimentary, thanks to the support of our sponsors.)
March 30th 7 p.m. - THE MUSH HOLE
The Sanderson Centre
88 Dalhousie St. Brantford ON
The Mush Hole created and produced by Santee Smith; tour remount by Kaha:wi Dance Theatre.  The Mush Hole is a theatrical dance performance about truths of Canada’s first Indian residential school - The Mohawk Institute. From 1828-1970, State and Church attempted to forcefully assimilate children from Six Nations and surrounding First Nations into Euro-Christian society and sever the continuity of culture from parent to child. The Mush Hole weaves through the traumatic memories of two generations of Survivors. Visceral performances by an all-Indigenous cast, cinematic imagery and the musical score, catapult audiences into the bricks and mortar of the school. Created from Survivors testimonials, it is a story about hope and finding light in dark places.  Tickets available at the Sanderson Centre box office Monday -  Friday 12 – 5 PM, 88 Dalhousie Street, or at 519-758-8090, or online at The Mush Hole (
Weekly Indigenous News Digest (WIND) published by Church of the Redeemer includes info  and links about Indigenous events throughout the GTA.  Contact WIND to subscribe to their newsletter, or review the list below for a selection of upcoming events: