GOOD ALLY PROJECT

 

 

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ONGOING PROJECT

The Good Ally Project (GAP) is a project of True North Aid and founded by Kingston ON resident Katie Koopman. Her vision is to build bridges with the community of Eabametoong First Nation and Kingston in the spirit of reconciliation through good allyship and meet the practical and measurable needs in the community.

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PROJECT OVERVIEW

 

In an effort to draw attention to, and live out at a grassroots level the Truth and Reconciliation’s Committee’s calls to action, it is GAP’s desire to initiate relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous community members of Fort Hope and the Kingston ON community. Focus projects that are both intentional and measurable (meeting a need within the Fort Hope community ) are at the heart of this project. Current focus projects are Tell My Story, Be a Good Ally and Rez 64 Sports.

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MISSION & GOALS

 

  • To initiate annual focus-projects in/for the community of EFN that will meet a practical, measurable need in the community, and encourage relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous groups and individuals
  • To highlight through these annual projects the current, systemic nature of poverty and inequality that the community of Eabametoong faces.
  • To provide an opportunity for both education and discussion to take place at a grassroots level that will encourage non-Indigenous people to be a good ally through positive, measurable reconcili-action.
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WHO, WHAT, WHERE & WHEN

Activities are closely linked to the land and include swimming, canoeing, boating, hiking, camping, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, skating, and snowmobiling during the winter. Hockey, however, is Fort Hope’s greatest love, and is home to the now famous, JCY Rez Girls 64 Wolves hockey team. The landscape is beautiful. From the tall birch trees that tower above pines to the wild blue berry patches along the roadside, each season has its own beauty. The sunsets are particularly breathtaking on the lake.
Hunting and fishing are a continued traditional means of providing for the community. However, Corny’s store stocks typical groceries found in urban areas. Keep in mind, anything fresh is at a premium in terms of price and availability.

Enjoy a more complete history with old photos below.

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ANNUAL FOCUS PROJECTS

Be A Good Ally | A school-to-school initiative to build a reconciliatory relationship between Kingston and Fort Hope’s JCY Education Centre. Practical: To provide awareness as to the inequality Indigenous children experience living in remote communities, and to encourage practical initiatives in Kingston schools that might bring joy and hope to the students of JCY.

Rez 64 Sports | Seasonal promotion of, and fundraising for all aspects of sports costs including, but not limited to, equipment, tournament and day camp costs.

Practical: To highlight the discrepancy of access to sports opportunities in remote communities, and to provide an opportunity for the general public to contribute both monetary and in-kind donations toward sport initiatives in Eabametoong First Nation.

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