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Provincial Gathering and Day of Fasting

Feb 24, 2020 – Victoria Conference Centre

The Provincial Gathering and Day of Fasting in Victoria will take place at the Victoria Conference Centre, starting in the morning with ceremony, keynote speakers and sharing circles. At lunchtime a Walk to End Violence Against Women and Children to the B.C. Legislature will take place, followed by a press conference. A range of workshops will be offered at the Conference Centre in the afternoon. At sundown, a fast-breaking ceremony and community feast will be held. Everyone is welcome to attend any or all of the day’s events, free of charge.

To register to attend the Provincial Gathering and Day of Fasting please click here:

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Resourcesto help you during the Gathering

  • Fasting Guide

    The Moose Hide Campaign is a call to action to all men in Canada to stand shoulder to shoulder to show ourselves, each other, and all Canadians that violence is no longer tolerated in our communities and society. We invite men to fast with us to stand up against violence towards women and children. Should you choose to respond to this call to action, we have put together a simple guide to explain the significance of the fast for the Moose Hide Campaign, offer some guidance in setting your intention, and to highlight some tips to ensure your safety. Read More
  • Role of Women in the Moose Hide Campaign

    The Moose Hide Campaign is a grassroots movement of Indigenous and non-Indigenous men and boys who are standing up against violence towards women and children. Wearing the 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. This is a powerful idea and a commitment that is long over-due. But what about the role of Women in the Moose Hide Campaign? Read More
  • Why use moose hide in the Moose Hide Campaign

    The question has been raised on a number of occasions as to why we use Moose Hide as the symbol for the Moose Hide Campaign and how it is associated to ending violence against women and children. The Moose Hide Campaign is open to receiving questions as one of the main objectives of the Campaign is to generate respectful dialogue. Read More
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