Videos
Inspiring Story of
Dow Gordon

Future Hope's Next Step Program teaches Non-Violent Communication. 

The following film, Words that Liberate demonstrates the power of this practice.

Words that Liberate is a groundbreaking film that takes us through the inspiring story of Dow Gordon, a man who found NVC during his 12 years in prison and went on to become a CNVC Certified Trainer. This powerful film transports us to a prison environment filled with men convicted of acts of violence — who are practicing NVC!

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 Winnipegger Steve Bell
Message to Prisoners 2020

 

Winnipeg singer and songwriter Steve Bell offers a special message to prisoners: 

shares stories about prisoners and
Stony Mountain experience.

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 Father Greg Boyle
Working with People on
the Margins of Society

 

Gregory Boyle is the founder of Homeboy Industries.

Compassion and Kinship: Fr Gregory Boyle at TEDxConejo 2012

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What is addiction? How childhood trauma leads to addiction.

 

Renowned addiction expert, speaker author Dr. Gabor Maté is sought after for his expertise on trauma, addiction, stress, and childhood development. 

Maté's approach to addiction focuses on trauma suffered and looks to address this in recovery, with special regard to indigenous populations around the world.

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Caritas Social Justice Recognition

 

2019 - Next Step participant testimonial to honour Future Hope founder Sr. Carol Peloquin

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History of Next Step Program
at Stony Mountain Institution
Reports/Articles
Office of the Correctional Investigator of Canada

 

2019-2020 Annual Report

2018-2019 Annual Report

 

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Houses of Hate: How Canada's Prison System is Broken - February 28, 2021

 

​Justin Ling: Dangerous, racist, and falling apart. By nearly every metric, the nation's penal system is not just failing, it's making things worse.

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Quietly Dying Behind Bars - Life in solitary takes a torturous toll

Freepress article written by Ryan Thorpe published April 28, 2021

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2018- What Happens at Quixote House?

 

Peacebuilding and the reintegration into the community of released offenders by Eduardo Enrique Soto Parra

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Future Hope
Quarterly Newsletters

May 2021

June 2021

Media
Nellie McClung Foundation 
Manitoba - 2021

 

150 Women Trailblazers,
Sister Carol Peloquin

 

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Sister Carol Peloquin and Future Hope Ministry Honoured  - 2019

 

​On Thursday evening, April 11, 2019, the Catholic Foundation of Manitoba recognized Sister Carol Peloquin for her work as a chaplain in the penitentiary system for seven years followed by many years providing outreach to ex‐offenders through the Next Step Peer Support Program.​