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To foster dialogue and relationships between indigenous communities and clubs in Rotary International District 7080.
CIRCLE Mission
To act as a resource group to clubs in Rotary International District 7080 who:
  • Have established meaningful relationship with Indigenous Communities.
  • Wish to enlarge their knowledge about indigenous traditions, culture and protocol; and
  • Seek the opportunity to collaborate with indigenous groups.
Can CIRCLE help your Club?
Does your Club want to learn more about Canadian indigenous traditions, culture and protocol?
Is your Club thinking about creating an Aboriginal committee?
Is your Club looking for an opportunity to support an Aboriginal project?
If your Club’s answer to any of these questions is yes, please contact us.  CIRCLE can assist by:
  • Providing you with the schedule for upcoming CIRCLE meetings and information sessions
  • Putting you in touch with Aboriginal committee members at other 7080 clubs
  • Providing you with information about current and planned Aboriginal projects, as well as projects that have been completed
  • Connecting you to Indigenous resource groups
  • Helping you find speakers
  • Presenting at one of your Club meetings
Please contact John Lomax, CIRCLE Committee Chair.
The Truth & Reconciliation Commission's reports provide an extraordinary resource to non-indigenous Canadians to learn about the history of First Nations, Metis and Inuit Canadians. Please join the thousands who have already signed up for the TRC Reading Challenge at  The first step in Reconciliation is to understand the Truth, so, we as Rotarians will need to focus on self education.