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Interactive map created by Google Earth Voyager, Canadian Geographic, with the support of the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation, that offers an in-depth look at the residential school system.
Short video providing an overview of Indigenous history. A resource produced for Public Service Alliance of Canada - Aboriginal Rights Program.
Ever wonder how to use the proper terms when referring to Indigenous Peoples? Inuk journalist Ossie Michelin has a friendly how-to guide. Produced by CBC.
The repatriated Potlatch Collection at the U’mista Cultural Centre tells an epic story of the resistance and resilience of the Kwakwaka’wakw. Learn more through film clips, incredible 3-D photographs, and Kwak’wala audio clips.
CBC 4-part documentary series, a provocative, high-energy journey through Aboriginal country showing you why we need to fix Canada's 500 year-old relationship with Indigenous peoples; a relationship mired in colonialism, conflict and denial.
Learn more about the treaties, treaty relationships and treaty rights that shape Ontario.
Canadian Club Toronto is proud to host Ashley Callingbull, Thomas Dymond and Tracie Léost – laureates today, and leaders tomorrow. Be inspired when the panelists, moderated by Roberta Jamieson (President & CEO of Indspire), share their stories of determination, discuss their plans and hopes for our nation, and speak to Canada’s progress for true reconciliation.
The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR) is calling on all young people to Imagine a Canada through the lens of Reconciliation. Annual campaign submit by April 2, 2018.
In the first year of Imagine a Canada, 10 recipients were selected from across Canada and were honoured in a ceremony at Rideau Hall on March 1, 2016. Made available by the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation
Stephen Harper on behalf of the Canadian Federal Government apologizes to the Survivors of the Indian Residential School System.