Collection - St. Albert Healing Garden collection

Healing garden pavilion, 17 Jul 2021 Healing garden pavilion, 17 Jul 2021 Healing garden, 17 Jul 2021 Healing garden pavilion, 17 Jul 2021 Healing garden pavilion, 17 Jul 2021 Bench, 17 Jul 2021 Bench, 17 Jul 2021 Healing garden pavilion, 17 Jul 2021 Healing garden pavilion, 17 Jul 2021 Healing garden pavilion, 17 Jul 2021
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St. Albert Healing Garden collection

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Kâkesimokamik, Kakesimokamik

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  • 2021 (Creation)
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    St. Albert Healing Garden

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214 digital photographs.

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(official opening, 15 Sep 2017)

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The Healing Garden was created along the Red Willow Trail across from St. Albert Place in 2017 to recognize and acknowledge the survivors of Indian Residential Schools in St. Albert. It is meant to be a therapeutic place of reconciliation that will bring awareness, education, and cultural teachings to the community. The Healing Garden is a community project led by a planning committee consisting of survivors of Indian Residential Schools, representatives from the First Nations and Métis communities, the United Church, the Catholic Church, the general community and the City of St. Albert. One of the first of its kind in Canada, the collaborative initiative between the City of St. Albert and greater community acknowledges survivors of Indian Residential Schools and provides a place of truth and reconciliation. St. Albert was home to two residential schools: St. Albert Indian Residential School (Youville, located on Mission Hill) and Edmonton Indian Residential School (current site of the Poundmaker's Lodge Treatment Centres, located about six km east of downtown St. Albert).

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Collection consists of records pertaining to the St. Albert Healing Garden. Records include the Residential schools public memorial photographs series, which contains photographs of the community memorial at the St. Albert Healing Garden in response to the discovery of unmarked graves at residential school sites.

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Contains accession 2022.01. Further accruals expected.

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