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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

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21 Things you may not know about the Indian Act

21 Things you may not know about the Indian Act



by Bob Joseph

The essential guide to understanding the legal document and its repercussion on generations of Indigenous Peoples, written by a leading cultural sensitivity trainer.

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  • Algoma University

    October 8, 2019

    Building Reconciliation Forum - Sault Ste. Marie
    The annual National Building Reconciliation Forum brings together leaders from universities and Indigenous communities from across Canada to create meaningful and lasting institutional change in the higher education sector to advance reconciliation.