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Sep 30, 2021 03:19PM

The discovery of unmarked graves on the grounds of residential schools shocked our nation. Canadians across the country are reminded that, to realize the Canada that we aspire to create, we must have honest conversations about our history and how it informs today’s public policy so that everyone who lives on this land can enjoy peace, justice, and security.

Today, September 30th is the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Let’s mark the day with reflection and discussion in the spirit of truth and reconciliation.

Here are a few ways you can mark this historic day.