is an Ojibway word that means "the way we see justice."
To encourage the healing of harms in the Indigenous community and in society.
To provide culturally based restorative justice practices to those in conflict with the law, while ensuring that healing occurs for those harmed and our society is safer through the prevention of recidivism.
Was positive, didn’t have to reveal my mishap, wasn’t judged, but accepted.
Good everyone is friendly & welcoming
Great people I really liked it
I really enjoyed what I learned here, I found it brought a sense of belonging, It brought a smile to my day and I will carry what I learned from here to everywhere I go.
It was good I thought it would be a bunch of lecturing.
Didn’t want to come but had no choice and I’m glad I did.
Everyone was kind and offering to help people. Thank-you.
I felt that the staff really cared about us and what they are teaching.
Overall, had a great experience. The speakers and workshops were informative and well organized.
My experience with Onashowewin was overall great. I’m glad I got accepted into the program.
I would describe it as enlightening and positive.
Good experience, awesome environment.
It was fun, interesting, and everyone’s opinions were great, great.
I enjoyed the programs and I feel a lot better now.
My experience was eye opening.
Uplifting/positive/informative. In my view, you are all doing a great job already. Thank you for everything. Stay awesome 😊
It was tough to open up, but I’ve almost done it. I feel much better now that the sessions are complete. A huge weight of stress has been lifted.
It was good/positive environment good energy/great teachings.
A very helpful and friendly environment.
Loved it! Great Staff, energy.
I think it was a positive chance at not having a criminal record. It was excellent and really enjoyed the food 😊.
It was great, I loved attending the sweat and also staff is friendly.
Pleasant People-Enjoyed my Experience.
I personally enjoyed my experience; the workshop was conducted way better that I had initially thought it would be.