Caring Across Boundaries is an exhibition engaging First Nations and all peoples of Canada in reconciliation to promote the wellbeing of children and youth. In this exhibition, three First Nations communities share their daily experiences while inviting every person in Canada to make a positive difference for First Nations children and their families.
The purpose of the exhibition is to bring to life the challenges and dreams of First Nations communities with the goal of promoting understanding and contributing to the process of reconciliation between Aboriginal Peoples and people in Canada. Reconciliation opens the doors for all people in Canada to build relationships with First Nations communities based on mutual respect and friendship.
Caring Across Boundaries has been made possible through the support and volunteer time of renowned photographer Liam Sharp and the First Nations communities of Attawapiskat, Ontario; Carrier-Sekani Family Services: a branch society of the Carrier-Sekani Tribal Council, British Columbia; and, Tobique First Nation, New Brunswick.
We invite you to be a part of this exciting initiative!
Read more about the project volunteers here.