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Nuu-chah-nulth people with dugout canoes on the West Coast of Vancouver Island.
| November 30, 2016
The KAIROS Blanket Exercise
| August 8, 2016
June 21, 2016 |
Today the Canadian Labour Congress joins Indigenous communities across Canada in celebrating National Aboriginal Day.
Circle Dance at Mass KAIROS Blanket Exercise in Edmonton
| June 21, 2016

Did you read the Truth and Reconcilliation report?

Duncan, B.C.-based writer Jennifer Manuel created an online campaign asking Canadians to pledge to read the entire 380-page document. Manuel calls it The TRC Reading Challenge. When she began in April, she hoped to have just 1,000 people sign on, but over 3,000 have already done so.  Read the report and then let's support the TRC's demands for change. 

Read the entire article by Dennis Gruending


The KAIROS Blanket Exercise
| March 21, 2016
Pamela Palmater
| February 12, 2016
| December 30, 2015

Read the final Truth and Reconciliation Commission report

On Tuesday December 15th, the Truth and Reconciliation commission issued its final report.  Trudeau committed to implementing its recommendations in June 2015 when he saw the document in bullet point format.  The only way this will really happen, however, is if let the government know that we want true reconciliation, and a better future.

The report cites residential school survivor Alma Mann Scott who said:


| October 8, 2015
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