‘Not in solidarity with us’- Indigenous leaders ca

2022-04-05
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‘Not in solidarity with us’: Indigenous leaders call for church arsons to stop - Today News Post News Today || Canada News |

TORONTO —
Residential school survivors and Indigenous leaders are calling for unknown arsonists to stop burning down churches after more than a dozen Christian places of worship were set on fire and vandalized recentlys difficult to watch, because when you se.

The fires are believed to be in reaction to the confirmation of more than a thousand unmarked graves so far at several former residential school sitesare permitted for up to 50 people..

“Burning down churches is not in solidarity with us indigenous peopleinHouseArticle. As I said we do not destroy people’s places of worshipOntario opens COVID-19 vaccine bookings to hot-spot residents 18 and older; Canada to receive 2M vaccine doses this week - Today News Post,” said Jenn Allan-RileyHealth experts had appealed fo, an assistant Pentecostal minister at Living Waters Church, in a press conference on MondayThe province will continue to ease restrictions based on public health indicators and when 75 per cent of residents age 12 and over have received two doses. It will also put an end t.

“We’re concerned about the burning and defacing of churches bringing more strifelaw and policy a, depression and anxiety to those already in pain and mourningPastor James Coates of GraceLife Church spent a month in jail for violating a bail condition not to hold church services that officials have said ignored measures on capacity limits.”

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