Let's Walk the Talk
of Reconciliation with Bill C-262:
Package of 95 Free Postcards
Bill C-262 has passed 3rd reading in the House of Commons and is now up for debate in the Senate.
Request 95 free postcards – 1 for every member of the Senate – and, together with your church, community group, and neighbourhood, write our Senators, calling upon them to act for reconciliation between Indigenous and Settler peoples by supporting Bill C-262. Note that each postcard is already pre-addressed to each Senator and postage is free (it’s that easy!)
Limit one package per order.
Alternatively, if you can't wait for the postcards, please download our "tips" which contain sample messages - and use to write respective Senators immediately.
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada has stated that the adoption and implementation of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) is the key to genuine reconciliation between Indigenous and Settler peoples in Canada (Call to Action #43). Bill C-262 can help make that happen. Supported by a broad array of Indigenous, social justice, and faith-based organizations, Bill C-262 is “An Act to Ensure that the Laws of Canada are in Harmony with the UNDRIP.” The current government has expressed support for the Declaration. Now’s our chance to help them do the right thing…to help Canada take a tremendous step forward towards justice and healing.
Tips for hosting a postcard signing event in your community, and sample postcard messages, will be included in your order, and can also be downloaded here.
Please note that your contact information will be shared with Steve Heinrichs, our Indigenous Relations Director at Mennonite Church Canada, who may follow up with you to give support, make connections, and help build the movement.
Postcards are free. A flat shipping rate of $5.97/package (plus GST) will be applied.
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