Today is National Truth and Reconciliation Day.
“[…] What will you do, today, tomorrow and every day, to be part of a better Canada, one that reflects us all?”… https://t.co/aNMWmxko4F
On this National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, let’s join together in honouring residential school Survivors an… https://t.co/cQzgJqnTbH
If Canada truly cares, we’ll do more than wear an orange shirt for a day. We’ll take action to end the ongoing geno… https://t.co/3AoKRXc1BB
Today, we honour the children who never returned home, Survivors of residential schools, their families, and commun… https://t.co/Zqjtx9VVEn
We are eager to head back to Canada for the first-ever Winter Hybrid Games at Vancouver 🍁 Whistler 2025.
Métis artist Kim Gullion Stewart places beaded flowers over the contour lines of a map as a reminder of the need to… https://t.co/VvLmNRcHIK
Youth are the future of reconciliation.
Participate, learn and reflect on truth and reconciliation. The online resource showcases the reconciliation journe… https://t.co/wrV8tNsYB1
The work of reconciliation should not be the burden of Indigenous Peoples. Every Canadian has a responsibility and… https://t.co/Mv8qVVtclA