Land Acknowledgements

Hospice Simcoe’s Land Acknowledgements

When you hear a land acknowledgement, what comes to your mind?

Land Acknowledgement are formal statements meant to honour Anishnaabeg People as traditional stewarts of the land. Hospice Simcoe acknowledges that we are situated on the traditional lands of the Anishnaabeg People. The Anishnaabe People include Odawa, Ojibway and Boodewaadamii nations, collectively known as the Three Fires Confederacy. Hospice Simcoe is dedicated to honouring Indigenous history and culture and committed to moving forward in the spirit of reconciliation and respect with all First Nations, Métis and Inuit People.

Hospice Simcoe’s Land Acknowledgement – Part 1

Written and read by Lyne, a Hospice Simcoe volunteer
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Hospice Simcoe’s Land Acknowledgement – Part 2

Written and read by Lyne, a Hospice Simcoe volunteer
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Hospice Simcoe’s SPRING Medicine Wheel Land Acknowledgement

Written and read by Lyne, a Hospice Simcoe volunteer
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Hospice Simcoe’s SUMMER Medicine Wheel Land Acknowledgement

Written and read by Lyne, a Hospice Simcoe volunteer
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Hospice Simcoe’s FALL Medicine Wheel Land Acknowledgement

Written and read by Lyne, a Hospice Simcoe volunteer
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Hospice Simcoe’s WINTER Medicine Wheel Land Acknowledgement

Written and read by Lyne, a Hospice Simcoe volunteer
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