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Rev. Stirling delivering his message

CBS Ontario & Nunavut Regional District Dinner

The Canadian Bible Society (CBS) hosted its first Ontario & Nunavut regional district dinner after the start of the pandemic. It was a great occasion to meet CBS donors, patrons and supporters and learn more about the Canadian Bible Society’s support of Indigenous language Bible translations.  

Healing Through Language Reclamation

Over 1.6 million people in Canada are from Indigenous groups, 63% of whom self-identify as Christians. Mourning the loss of their language and wanting to preserve it for their children, a team of women, some over the age of 80, began translating the Old Testament into Inupiaq. They are now supported by CBS translation specialists but at the outset they had no external guidance. In the backdrop of the beautiful Alaskan landscape, listen to them share their story of Inupiaq Scripture translation.

Committed to Truth, Committed to Reconciliation

On September 30, 2021, as we observe the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, CBS remembers and honours all the Indigenous children who were taken away from their families and never returned home. We also remember all the children and their families who survived the residential school system.

Our Heads Are Bowed

Our hearts and heads are bowed in shame and grief as we acknowledge the tragic loss of the 215 children whose bodies were found on the site of the former Indian Residential School in Kamloops, B.C.

Rev. Stirling delivering his message

CBS Ontario & Nunavut Regional District Dinner

The Canadian Bible Society (CBS) hosted its first Ontario & Nunavut regional district dinner after the start of the pandemic. It was a great occasion to meet CBS donors, patrons and supporters and learn more about the Canadian Bible Society’s support of Indigenous language Bible translations.  

Healing Through Language Reclamation

Over 1.6 million people in Canada are from Indigenous groups, 63% of whom self-identify as Christians. Mourning the loss of their language and wanting to preserve it for their children, a team of women, some over the age of 80, began translating the Old Testament into Inupiaq. They are now supported by CBS translation specialists but at the outset they had no external guidance. In the backdrop of the beautiful Alaskan landscape, listen to them share their story of Inupiaq Scripture translation.

Committed to Truth, Committed to Reconciliation

On September 30, 2021, as we observe the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, CBS remembers and honours all the Indigenous children who were taken away from their families and never returned home. We also remember all the children and their families who survived the residential school system.

Our Heads Are Bowed

Our hearts and heads are bowed in shame and grief as we acknowledge the tragic loss of the 215 children whose bodies were found on the site of the former Indian Residential School in Kamloops, B.C.