Keep the Medicine Wheel in Place

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Carol McDowell
Mar 10, 2020
I'm signing because it is time to start incorporating Indigenous spirituality into our lives. Stop talking about reconciliation and do reconciliation.

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Brenda Sauder
1 year ago
Brenda Sauder I agree 100% !!!

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Steve Sauder
1 year ago
It belongs there.

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Birgitta Enjetti
2 years ago
The medicine wheel as a symbol of Canada's Indigenous , First Nations populations belongs side by side with Canada's symbol permanently as the symbol of the constituent peoples of the land

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Pat Dixon
2 years ago
When we finally teach "history" as the history of THE LAND, we will realize the relativity of cultural periods. And it will have to start with the long aboriginal history.

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Rose Kady
2 years ago
The medicine wheel is a fantastic 'ground' for life. It acknowledges the history of Canada and First Nations people. Plus - it looks cool and is inclusive of all races. Keep it there forever!

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Leonne Gould
2 years ago
This is so beautiful; when I visit Canada, my son and his family, how gratifying it would be to spend time in its presence.

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Sarah Miller
2 years ago
I honour ancient wisdom that recognized Toronto as "the carrying place. " I hope their welcoming culture continues to flourish here.

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jesse FREESTON
2 years ago
Not removing a sign. Literally the VERY least anyone could do as we undertake the long, tough road toward decolonization.

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Cathy Wright
2 years ago
Toronto is situated on Anishinaabe territory every day of the year. The medicine wheel should remain in place year round.