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“The centre of this whole project is the children”
Sept. 30 set aside to mark the history of and intergenerational trauma caused by residential schools
Nation encouraging participants to teach the honour song in schools, workplaces and at home
Province invites residents to ‘have important conversations’ about residential schools Sept. 30
Announcement applies to all individuals of First Nations, Inuit and Métis background
Elders and school survivors are expected to speak at the Friday, June 11 event
Sept. 30 of this year to become Canada’s first national day for truth and reconciliation
Langley City and Township have lowered their flags in honour of the Indigenous children
School District 70 board votes to retain the name Ucluelet Secondary School
The walk is divided up over three days and centres on people making personal connections.
The public is invited to a free gathering to discuss the residential school legacy and healing.
Native and non-native people live next door to each other in New Zealand.
The Walk in the Spirit of Reconciliation lasts Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday.
Long walks are a chance to build relationships.