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A herd of buffalo at  Arrowwood National Wildlife Reserve, North Dakota.
| April 22, 2014
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| April 17, 2014
| April 9, 2014
BC/Yukon KAIROS representatives offer a cedar ring for reconciliation.
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Justice Sinclair speaks about significance of the release of 4,000 names of Aboriginal children

Photo: flickr/David Stanley
The Vital Statistics Agency of BC recently supplied the names of all Aboriginal children who died between 1917 and 1956. We speak with Justice Murray Sinclair about the significance of this event.

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B.C. hands over 4,000 names to the Missing Children project of the TRC

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This Week on Media Morings: Sept 28—Reconciliation Radio Special (Part 2):Karen Joseph, Glen Coulthard, Daniel Tseghay

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Tens of thousands walk for Reconciliation in Vancouver

Tens of thousands participated in the Reconciliation Walk in Vancouver on Sunday, capping a week of events coinciding with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's (TRC) hearings into the history of Indian Residential Schools in Canada.

First Nations, civil society groups and local politicians walked along with tens of thousands on a rainy morning to mark the culmination of Reconciliation Week. The event was supported by the City of Vancouver, who earlier this year proclaimed a Year of Reconciliation

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