Acknowledging Canada’s first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

We have reached a time where reciting land acknowledgements, and wearing orange shirts are helpful reminders for us, but not sufficient action towards reconciliation. What I would encourage each of you to do is to dedicate some time to learning from Indigenous people about their history, their struggle, their successes, and their desires for how we all move forward together.

Read the full letter below or open the PDF in a new tab.

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