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The Walk a Mile Film Project


Film & video History & heritage Indigenous Library
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St. Marys Public Library

15 Church Street N., St. Marys, ON

St. Marys, ON



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible.


The St. Marys Library will show The Walk a Mile Film Project on Wednesday, September 27, and Friday, September 29 from 3:00 p.m. - 4:15 p.m. It is comprised of five short films: Coming to Terms, We are All Treaty People, A Legacy of Struggle, Targets & Heroes, and The Way Forward.

The Walk a Mile Film Project is "a series of 5 short documentary films that are designed to educate and encourage frank conversations in our community about the reality of the life and history of Aboriginal peoples across Canada."



St. Marys Public Library

Our Library encourages the spirit of exploration, the joy of reading and the pursuit of knowledge for people of all ages and backgrounds, beginning with the very young.

Our Library is a gathering place that connects people to each other, to their community, and to their hopes and dreams.

Our Library treasures the past and works to build a sustainable future that is full of possibilities.

Our Library is a strong community resource that promotes and enriches the democratic, cultural, educational and economic life of our municipalities.

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