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Sep 25, 2023

September 30: National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Image of the eagle to represent First Nations, the narwhal to represent Inuit, and the beaded flower to represent Métis.

On September 30th, we acknowledge the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. The day honours the children who never returned home and Survivors of residential schools, as well as their families and communities. 

It's important that we remember and recognize this painful history, and the ongoing intergenerational impacts of residential schools.


  • Join the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation for their daily lunch and learn sessions this week. The sessions are free and begin at 1:30pm (EDT) each day this week. Topics include:
  • Taking action towards Reconciliation
  • Intergenerational impacts and ongoing systemic discrimination

Learn more about these educational sessions and sign up on the NCTR website.