Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Citizenship Minister Marco Mendicino holds a press conference in Ottawa on Thursday, Nov. 12, 2020. The federal government is announcing that Indigenous people can now apply to reclaim their names on passports and other government documents. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

Indigenous people can now reclaim traditional names on their passports and other ID

Announcement applies to all individuals of First Nations, Inuit and Métis background

 

Nisga’a dancer Rosita Martinez takes part in a ceremony on Parliament Hill Thursday June 3, 2021 in Ottawa. A bill creating a statutory holiday to commemorate the tragic legacy of residential schools in Canada has been passed unanimously by the Senate. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld

Senate unanimously passes bill creating national day for truth and reconciliation

Sept. 30 of this year to become Canada’s first national day for truth and reconciliation

 

A.W. Neill Elementary School is named after Alan Webster Neill, a member of the House of Commons for Comox-Alberni from 1925-1945. NEWS FILE PHOTO

‘Racist’ MP’s name removed from Port Alberni school

School District 70 board votes to retain the name Ucluelet Secondary School

 

Student drummers under the direction of Marlene Clifton played culturally significant songs at Orange Shirt Day. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

WATCH: Orange Shirt Day in Prince Rupert

Prince Rupert marks seventh annual Orange Shirt Day with morning of reflective thought and march

Student drummers under the direction of Marlene Clifton played culturally significant songs at Orange Shirt Day. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
The seventh annual Orange Shirt Day took place on Sept. 30. Prince Rupert marked the occasion with a reconciliation walk at Prince Rupert Middle School. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

Prince Rupert marks seventh annual Orange Shirt Day with morning of reflective thought and march

Hundreds of students walked to PRMS to participate in event recognizing residential school impacts

The seventh annual Orange Shirt Day took place on Sept. 30. Prince Rupert marked the occasion with a reconciliation walk at Prince Rupert Middle School. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
Marilyn Slett, chief of the Heiltsuk Nation at a news conference. (Jonathan Hayward/CP)

Heiltsuk Nation sign agreement with feds and province for self-government

The Tuígila Agreement seeks practical solutions to demonstrate tangible commitment to reconciliation

Marilyn Slett, chief of the Heiltsuk Nation at a news conference. (Jonathan Hayward/CP)
Ahead of its April 13 cross-Canada theatrical release, Indian Horse, which won Vancouver International Film Festival’s People’s Choice Award and the Calgary International Film Festival‘s award for Audience Favourite, has launched a Reconcili-ACTION campaign to get Canadians actively involved in reconciliation.

Reconcili-ACTION gives Canadians next steps for reconciliation

Community leaders from around Canada are issuing weekly challenges as part of the #Next150 campaign

Ahead of its April 13 cross-Canada theatrical release, Indian Horse, which won Vancouver International Film Festival’s People’s Choice Award and the Calgary International Film Festival‘s award for Audience Favourite, has launched a Reconcili-ACTION campaign to get Canadians actively involved in reconciliation.
The totem poles outside of City Hall are Haida-made, not Tsimshian. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)
The totem poles outside of City Hall are Haida-made, not Tsimshian. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)
Rev. Jordan Cantwell, moderator for the United Church of Canada (left) shared stories of her experiences to the crowd. Rev. Ray Aldred (right) shared personal stories about the impact of racism and lack of justice for Aboriginal people in Canada. Photo by Joseph Jack

United Church talks reconciliation

Invited speakers stress importance of listening to one another

  • Jun 10, 2017
Rev. Jordan Cantwell, moderator for the United Church of Canada (left) shared stories of her experiences to the crowd. Rev. Ray Aldred (right) shared personal stories about the impact of racism and lack of justice for Aboriginal people in Canada. Photo by Joseph Jack