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Reconciliation begins with a commitment to truth-telling

Stephanie Scott is the executive director of the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation. She is Anishinaabe from Roseau River …

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Names will continue to be added to the National Residential School Memorial Registry

The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR) has been monitoring the Standing Senate Committee on Indigenous Peoples’ public hearings …

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TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION WEEK BEGINS TODAY

UNCEDED ALGONQUIN TERRITORY, OTTAWA — Today marks the beginning of Truth and Reconciliation Week 2023, our annual program which focuses on …

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Call for Nominations to the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation’s Governing Circle!

The nomination deadline for a seventh member to join the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation’s Governing Circle has been …

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APTN and NCTR to host national live event “Remembering the Children” on Parliament Hill

TREATY 1 TERRITORY, WINNIPEG, Man. — In honour of the third annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation (NDTR), APTN, the National …

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Native Healing Coalition partners with NCTR to release interactive digital map with largest compilation of Indian boarding schools in U.S.

Minneapolis, MN — In efforts toward uncovering the truth about the historical impact of Indian boarding schools in the United …

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NCTR hosts National Survivors Gathering

WINNIPEG — The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR) is proud to host a National Survivors Gathering from August …

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Survivors’ Flag changed and re-raised on Parliament Hill to commemorate June 21st and honour residential school Survivors

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEJune 21, 2023 We recognize this news release may contain information that is difficult for many. For immediate …

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Residential Schools National Monument will be built on the west side of Parliament Hill in Ottawa

Reflecting the national significance of this commemoration, the Survivor-led Steering Committee sought consensus from the Algonquin Anishinabe Nation and Survivors before …

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Federal agreement with international agency a worrying misstep in the sacred work of finding our missing children

The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation is deeply concerned that the federal government has given the responsibility of carrying …

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Cree Proverb