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Ms. Lori Ransom

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Evangel Hall
 
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Employment History

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Education

  • Texas A&M University
  • bachelor of science degree , accounting
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Lori Ransom
www.eldersinstitute.ca, 15 April 2014 [cached]
Lori Ransom
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Lori Ransom was appointed Healing and Reconciliation Program Animator, effective September 5, 2006. She works with congregations, local church groups, Aboriginal organizations, national staff, the courts of the church and ecumenical partners to further the aims and objectives of the Healing and Reconciliation initiative.
Lori has been employed for over 20 years with Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, where she most recently served as Director, Executive Services and Communications for the Ontario Region. Her several positions within the department have given her a breadth and depth of understanding of Aboriginal issues and concerns in Canada.
She is an active member of St. Andrew's, King Street, Toronto. Among other roles, Lori has convened the board of managers; and she currently serves as the clerk of session. Her involvement at the presbytery level includes three years as representative elder and as a commissioner to General Assembly. Lori also serves on the boards of Evangel Hall and Boarding Homes Ministries.
Lori is a member of the Algonquins of Pikwakanagan First Nation (Golden Lake, near Pembroke ON).
The idea for a video came ...
www.anglicanjournal.com, 15 Sept 2013 [cached]
The idea for a video came after Lori Ransom, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada's (TRC) senior advisor for churches and faith communities, contacted the WSO to see if it would be interested in learning more about the residential schools legacy and the TRC's work.
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Ransom has commended the WSO and other faith groups with no direct involvement in the residential schools for "taking ownership" of its legacy and participating in the "journey of reconciliation. [The Anglican Church of Canada, the Roman Catholic Church in Canada, the United Church of Canada and the Presbyterian Church in Canada all operated residential schools at various times.]
The Christian Reform Church in North America (CRCNA) and the Mennonite Church of Canada have been active in TRC events and have produced their own materials about the schools legacy, Ransom told a recent gathering of the North American Interfaith Network held in Toronto.
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The book is a dialogue between indigenous and Christian authors from various faith backgrounds and they explore issues such as sacred relationship with the land, said Ransom.
The Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs has partnered with the TRC in sponsoring a recent forum that looked at the parallels between the experiences of Holocaust survivors and the survivors of the Indian residential schools.
"We've found sources of strength and we're finding out more by working with communities who've had wrenching experiences of persecution, injustice, and unspeakable horrors as a people," said Ransom.
The Three Questions: A Day of Learning and Reflection
www.standrewstoronto.org, 4 Sept 2012 [cached]
Ms. Lori Ransom
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Lori has been working as the Healing and Reconciliation Project Animator for the Presbyterian Church in Canada since September 2006. She works with congregations, local church groups, Aboriginal organizations, national staff, the courts of the church and ecumenical partners to further the aims and objectives of the Healing and Reconciliation initiative .
Lori has been employed for over 20 years with Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, where she most recently served as Director, Executive Services and Communications for the Ontario Region. Her several positions within the department have given her a breadth and depth of understanding of Aboriginal issues and concerns in Canada.
Lori is an active member and elder of St. Andrew's, King Street, Toronto, and is presently serving as the Clerk of Session. Lori also serves on the boards of Evangel Hall and Boarding Homes Ministries. She is a member of the Algonquins of Pikwakanagan First Nation (Golden Lake, near Pembroke ON).
This Week at St. Andrew's
www.standrewstoronto.org, 17 June 2009 [cached]
This coming Sunday, we are very pleased to welcome Lori Ransom as our preacher. Lori is the Healing and Reconciliation Animator with the Justice Ministries department of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, and has been doing a tremendous amount of work, over the past few years, seeking to raise awareness and build important bridges of understanding and reconciliation between the First Nations communities and the Church in Canada. This work has involved a tremendous amount of national and international work, and it is an honour to have her share her reflections and insights with us during our worship service. Lori is also an active elder and the Clerk of Session at St. Andrew's Church.
About Our Staff
www.presbyterian.ca, 11 Sept 2007 [cached]
Ms. Lori Ransom: Healing and Reconciliation Program Animator
Lori began her work at The Presbyterian Church in Canada's national office on September 5 as Healing and Reconciliation Program animator.
Lori has spent over 18 years with Indian and Northern Affairs Canada and has experience as a writer/editor and director responsible for communications.She is a trained facilitator and has developed and led numerous group processes and presentations.Her several positions within the department have given her a breadth and depth of understanding of Aboriginal issues and concerns in Canada.
Lori is an active member of St. Andrew's, King Street, Toronto where she has convened a number of committees, served as convener of the Board of Managers, and currently serves as an Elder.Her involvement at the presbytery level includes three years as representative elder and as a commissioner to General Assembly.Lori is a member of the Algonquins of Pikwakanagan First Nation (Golden Lake, Pembroke ON)
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