• Moose Hide Campaign

    Men taking a stand against violence towards Aboriginal women and children
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    To end violence
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  • Moose Hide Campaign

    The Moose Hide Campaign is a grassroots movement of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Men who are standing up against violence towards women and children. Wearing this moose hide signifies your commitment to honour, respect, and protect the women and children in your life and to work together with other men to end violence against women and children. Our vision is to spread the Moose Hide Campaign to organizations, communities, and governments throughout Canada.
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2017 - BC Provincial Gathering

Provincial Gathering

Ending Violence against Women and Children

February 16th 2017

9 am to 5:30 pm

Crystal Gardens - Victoria, BC

Please note: Men are invited to Fast for the day

Please join us for the whole event, or you can join us only for the March to the Legislature, starting at 11:30 am at Thunderbird Park, at the corner of Douglas and Belleville

REGISTER NOW

#MooseHideCampaign #FastFebruary 17 #EndingViolence

 

 

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Paul Lacerte
National Ambassador and Co-Founder, Moose Hide Campaign
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Hon. John Rustad, Minister Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation
 
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Grand Chief Stewart Phillip

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  • image To engage Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal men to stand up and speak out about the violence committed against the women and children in our communities.

    Our Mission

  • image Compassion, Healing, Understanding. Providing a safe vehicle for men to discuss the issue without judgement or boundaries.

    Our Values

  • image To use our cultural teachings to motivate and enlighten men to our indigenous ways of being ultimately changing the cycles of violence in our communities.

    Our Solution

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