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NIROW is a vibrant association of Nigerians in the Region of Waterloo committed to building a strong thriving community

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NIROW is an amazing family of really warm and progressive people here in Canada. We were welcomed warmly, got a lot of gifts, clothes, kitchen and household items to make our settling in easy.

Shakirat Komolafe

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Nigerians in the Region of Waterloo Celebrate Independence Day with Mayors and MPs

WATERLOO, October 5, 2018 – Over 150 Nigerians, friends, and community members gathered on Sunday, October 7, 2018 to celebrate Nigeria’s 58th independence day in Waterloo, Ontario. The celebration, tagged INDEFEST – Experience our culture, was the 3rd annual celebration of the Nigerians in the Region of Waterloo (NIROW). The event was attended by City…
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Nigerians in the Region of Waterloo Host a Big Celebration to Mark Nigeria’s 57th Independence Day

WATERLOO, October 5, 2017 – Over 200 Nigerians, friends, and community members gathered on Sunday, October 1, 2017 to celebrate Nigeria’s 57th independence day in Waterloo, Ontario. The celebration, tagged INDEFEST 2.0, was the second annual celebration of the Nigerians in the Region of Waterloo (NIROW). The event was attended by City of Waterloo Mayor,…
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NIROW acknowledges that the land on which we live and work is of the Haldimand Tract within the territory of the Neutral, Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee people. We are thankful to the First Nations, Métis and Inuit people who care for these territories and those across the province.

We acknowledge that Indigenous peoples continue to endure inequality, violence, and oppression due to the history of colonialism and unfair power structures. This is magnifed by the historical and ongoing widespread failure by settlers and institutions to uphold their responsibilities within the Dish With One Spoon Covenant.

With our core value of integrity, and as beneficiaries of this land we stand in allyship with lndigenous peoples, committing to a responsibility to acknowledge and understand its history and the current experiences of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples; ensuring that we do not perpetuate the harms of colonization.
For more information on the purpose of Land Acknowledgements check out www.native-land.ca

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