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The Moose Hide Campaign

The Moose Hide Campaign

Join us for a special event to learn about an important grassroots movement, its upcoming national gathering and how you can support its work towards a safer future.

The Moose Hide Campaign was created as a way for Indigenous and non-Indigenous men and boys to stand up against violence towards women and children. More than 1,200 Indigenous women and girls have been murdered or gone missing in Canada since 1980. On average, a woman in Canada is killed in a domestic homicide every five days.

For non-Indigenous Canadians, supporting the Moose Hide Campaign is also an act of reconciliation that supports Canada's implementation of both the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada Calls to Action.

Come find out what others are doing across the federal public service and how to participate in the annual Moose Hide Campaign National Gathering and Day of Fasting on October 18 in Ottawa.

Event information

This learning activity is designed for all public servant groups and levels and is offered at no cost.


Date and time:

October 2, 2018 | 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm (EDT)


  • David Stevenson (live from Vancouver), Executive Director, Moose Hide Campaign
  • Kevin Brosseau, Deputy Commissioner, Contract and Aboriginal Policing, Royal Canadian Mounted Police
  • William Bedford, Director, Business and Investment Planning, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat


Benoit Trottier, Learning Advisor, Indigenous Learning Series, Canada School of Public Service


Bilingual with interpretation in official languages

  • Collaboration Lounge, Académie De-La-Salle, 373 Sussex Drive (Guigues Avenue entrance), Ottawa, Ontario
  • Available across Canada by webcast


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