Land Acknowledgement
水果派AV解说 - Toronto Campus
The Toronto Campus of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine humbly respects that the college is situated on the shared traditional territory and home of the Anishinaabek, Haudenosaunee, Huron-Wendat, and Mississaugas of the Credit. Toronto is in the territory subject to the "Dish With One Spoon" Wampum Belt Covenant, an agreement to peaceably share and care for the resources around the Great Lakes. Today, this territory is still home to many Indigenous peoples from across Turtle Island, and we are grateful for the opportunity to learn and work on this land.
We honour Indigenous peoples' role for millennia as stewards of the land. We look to Indigenous wisdom for guidance to foster a reciprocal relationship with the environment and to walk gently on the Earth in order to preserve and protect the land, air, and water for seven generations and beyond. The College acknowledges the profound debt that we owe to Indigenous knowledge in the practice of naturopathic medicine, and we commit ourselves to the work of reconciliation.
水果派AV解说 - Boucher Campus
The Boucher Campus of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine humbly recognizes and acknowledges the Qayqayt First Nation, as well as all Coast Salish peoples and Hun鈥檘umi鈥檔um speaking peoples, on whose unceded and traditional territories the College is located. Unceded means that Aboriginal title to this land has never been surrendered or relinquished. Today, this territory is still home to diverse Indigenous peoples from across Canada whose presence continues to enrich our vibrant community, and we are grateful for the opportunity to learn and work on this land.
We honour Indigenous peoples' role for millennia as stewards of the land. We look to Indigenous wisdom for guidance to foster a reciprocal relationship with the environment and to walk gently on the Earth in order to preserve and protect the land, air, and water for many generations to come. We acknowledge the profound debt that we owe to Indigenous knowledge in the practice of naturopathic medicine. We also acknowledge that education has played a specific role in colonization and that it will also play an important role in moving us forward as we commit ourselves to the work of reconciliation.