The United Church of Canada invites you to take part in current campaigns, studies, appeals, and ongoing concerns in solidarity with our partners in Canada and around the globe. Together, let's work for a more just, peaceful, and sustainable world.
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Eight BC First Nations have an October 1 court date to protect their right to free, prior, and informed consent regarding the proposed Northern Gateway Pipeline. Donate to the Pull Together legal defense fund.
Over the past 20 years, approximately 500 Aboriginal women have gone missing in communities across Canada. Yet government, the media, and Canadian society continue to remain silent. In March 2004, the Native Women's Association of Canada launched a one-year campaign to lobby the federal government to establish a $10 million fund for research and education related to violence against Aboriginal women.
The United Church has been active in the public arena since its earliest days. Our non-partisan approach is intended to raise public awareness about justice, peace, and creation in communities across Canada. If you want to advocate on an issue, where can you start?