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Golden Horseshoe Community Foundations join Truth and Reconciliation Week 2022

TORONTO – All nine community foundations of the Golden Horseshoe region are coming together to help fund Truth and Reconciliation …

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NCTR Survivors Circle Nominations

Survivors are the foundation of Truth and Reconciliation in this country and integral to the work of the National Centre …

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Joint statement from Crown–Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada and the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation 

Stephanie Scott, Executive Director of the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation, and the Honourable Marc Miller, Minister of Crown–Indigenous …

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Survivors’ Flag raising on Parliament Hill by residential school Survivors, the National Centre of Truth and Reconciliation, and the Honourable Marc Miller

WINNIPEG — Residential school Survivors and the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR) will be joined by the Honourable …

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The Honourable Murray Sinclair to join NCTR and Faculty of Law in August

The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR), and its host University of Manitoba is honoured to announce that the …

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Stephanie Scott’s full speech in Maskwacis for papal visit

Boozhoo miskwaa anaakwaad kwe n’dinzinakaz, wabishshiii dodem.   My name is Stephanie Scott, and I’m the Executive Director of the National …

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Dr. Marie Wilson’s full speech in Maskwacis for papal visit

Tansi Newetsine Mahsi.  I want to begin by thanking Creator for the gift of this day, and the grace that …

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NCTR INVITES THE COMMUNITY TO SUBMIT VIDEOS ON RECONCILIATION

WINNIPEG, MB – The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation invites the community to submit videos highlighting their commitment to …

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NCTR and Oblates of Mary Immaculate complete initial review of Oblate Archive in Rome

Historic visit to Rome builds on a year of partnership between the two organizations, highlighted by a commitment to expand …

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CBC’s Indigenous Pathways to Journalism Development Program open for applications

The CBC’s Indigenous Pathways to Journalism Development Program is here! Indigenous communities are full of storytellers and community leaders who …

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