Building the path forward to grassroots reconciliation
Where we were…
Canada has a past. The Residential Schools, the sexual abuses against Indigeneous children, the terrible instances of Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women, Girls, Men, Boys and TS people, and the efforts toward reconciliation that have created a path to reconciliation
Moving toward reconciliation is a difficult journey. The people especially at the grassroots level are often the ones most impacted, and least heard.
Lynx Clan Watch is a grassroots organization based in Thunder Bay Ontario. We seek to be a support, a voice, and a refuge for those who are left without a voice.
Lynx Clan Watch has helped develop programs and workshops and is working on more projects to make a real difference for grassroots people.
Our Experience and knowledge will help you to make positive changes in your life.
Lynx Clan Watch has the absolute fortitude to fight for our community, bringing the best of what we have to offer together.
I try not for fame, but for the people of my community – my home, our family.– Amanda Perreault – Founder
Lynx Clan Watch always looking for the community’s support to help push our campaigns further than we could ever imagine. Does that sound like you? Volunteer today and be a part of change.
Join our Cause
Join our team of like-minded everyday people who simply want a better world to live in. Where every voice is heard, every hand is held, and every soul is equal. You’re invited to join our cause.
Can we count on you?
We will begin the walk at the Intercity bridge, by the LCBO, in the Heart of the City, and proceed down the sidewalk to the East End Bridge and down McKenzie Street, smudging the streets where human trafficking takes place, down Cummings Street, where brutal murders have happened, smudging the streets, down May Street to George Street, down to the Thunderbird at the Waterfront where the statue of the Thunderbird is by the water, Water is Life and put our prayer pouch and offering will be made.
Covid-19 protocols are important to follow, so bring a mask and maintain social distancing of 6 feet for people outside of your social bubble. Due to provincial regulations we are restricted to 25 people.
We will be offering an event every full moon for healing and understanding why we celebrate every full moon as women, and men who protect. All sacred items are welcome (pics, signs, hand drums, chinupas, etc) We are proud, we are beautiful, we are the first people of this land, called Turtle Island, stand strong with the seven sacred teachings in your heart and spirit as we continue to seek justice and equality to live a good life…mino bimaadiziyin