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Today, we recognize the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. 

We honour the residential school survivors and recognize the lives of those who did not return home.  

Today is a day to listen, to support Indigenous Peoples, and to continue to learn about Canada’s damaging legacy of colonial systems.  

The path to reconciliation is a journey that we must follow.  

THEMUSEUM is situated on the land of the Traditional Home of the Neutral, Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe Peoples.  

THEMUSEUM’s Pledge to Diversity and Inclusion

Educate Yourself 

In a time like this, it is important to do your own learning and educate yourself on what is happening in our communities in the present, and what has transpired in the past. There are many community resources to help you in your own learning and understanding, some are linked below.

Healing of the Seven Generations
KW Urban Native Wigwam Project
Land Back Camp
National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation
ReAllocateWR
Residential School Survivors
Trutch and Reconciliation Commission of Canada:  Calls to Action 
Woodland Cultural Centre 

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