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Reconciliation


Chief Dr. Robert Joseph, Ambassador Reconciliation

The reality for many non-Aboriginal people is that they have few opportunities to articulate their attitudes towards reconciliation or Aboriginal people in social contexts and, consequently, misinformation and prejudice inform those occasions when such issues arise. The journey to reconciliation is the goal. It is a goal that will take the commitment of multiple generations but when it is achieved – when we have reconciliation – it will make for a better, stronger Canada.

Reconciliation means working together to correct the legacy of past injustice.

Nelson Mandela

1491: The Untold Story of the Americas Before Columbus
Legacy

Legacy



by Waubgeshig Rice

In the winter of 1989, Eva Gibson is a university student living in downtown Toronto. She’s homesick for her community in northern Ontario, but she’s determined to get her education to one day return home and serve her fellow Anishinaabe people.

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    June 6, 2019

    16th Annual NAIITS Symposium in Toronto
    Converging Pathways is excited to join the 16th Annual NAIITS Symposium in Toronto. This symposium will be co-hosted by Tyndale Seminary providing safe space and facilitating open dialogue on Indigenous Perspective in an Era of Displacement.