Reconciliation is a shared journey that involves a collective effort. The Truth & Reconciliation Commission (TRC) Final Report identified a fractured relationship between our nations. The act of gathering and sharing our stories has the potential to join us all in a shared commitment to creating a new way forward in Canada.

Bring your lunch and learn about Reconciliation and how we as students, faculty and staff can work together to bridge our Canadian and Indigenous relationship. Help take a stand by demonstrating community support for reconciliation on campus.  

Newcomers, Settlers and Indigenous Peoples

  • What are the possibilities of establishing community interactions and relationships that promote harmonious coexistence between the diverse newcomers and Aboriginal people on campus?
  • What are some of the common strengths/values/practices that Indigenous peoples and new Canadians share?.
  • How can Indigenous people and new Canadians be allies and support one another?

Canadian Council for Refugees Call to Action – TRC Recommendations # 93 & 94

Indigenous Peoples welcoming newcomers


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