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Glavin: Indigenous peoples' embrace of Christianity has deep roots. Burning churches disrespects that history

For generations of Gitxsan and Wet’suwet’en people along the Bulkley and Skeena rivers of northwestern British Columbia, the arrival of Christianity does not begin when the Oblate missionary James McGuckin came to the area in 1870. As the story goes, when McGuckin showed up in the vicinity of Kyah Wiget, which was later called Moricetown, a village that now goes by its proper name, Witset, the people had been expecting him. Read More
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