En vedette :
- Prix Peter Henderson Bryce - Pour un leadership exceptionnel dans la promotion de la sécurité, de la santé ou du mieux-être des enfants et des jeunes des Premières Nations, des Métis et des Inuits (2019 - catégorie adulte).
The Reconciling History initiative invites people to learn from the past in the spirit of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and its Calls to Action. By learning about the complete and true story of the relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Canada, we can all have a better understanding of how we can contribute to reconciliation in meaningful ways.
Canada has a long history of knowing about the inequalities faced by Indigenous children and their families and choosing not to act. There are stories, both written and told, of Indigenous children, families and communities who took steps to resist and attempt to change the residential school system. There are over 100 years of reports, articles, books, inquiries and commissions written by both Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples outlining the inequalities and providing solutions.
Reconciling History provides an opportunity to learn about Canada’s treatment of Indigenous children and families in a way that links lessons of history to contemporary injustices. It is an opportunity demonstrate why reconciliation should move beyond describing the past to learning from it.