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Kevin Lamoureux: Truth and Reconciliation

Kevin Lamoureux: Truth and Reconciliation

Kevin Lamoureux: Truth and Reconciliation

Kevin Lamoureux: Truth and Reconciliation

Kevin Lamoureux: Truth and Reconciliation

We are committed to doing what we can to advance reconciliation with Canada’s Indigenous Peoples.

Call to Action 92 also calls upon businesses to provide education for management and staff on the history of Aboriginal peoples, including the history and legacy of residential schools, the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Treaties and Aboriginal rights, Indigenous law, and Aboriginal-Crown relations.

In response, we have co-produced a video series featuring our Special Advisor Kevin Lamoureux discussing these very subjects. Kevin is an award-winning scholar and was the former Education Lead for the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation.

We encourage you to view these three 20-minute videos with your colleagues to encourage discussion on how non-Indigenous people can support reconciliation in the communities where our businesses are owned and operated.

We are committed to doing what we can to advance reconciliation with Canada’s Indigenous Peoples.

Call to Action 92 also calls upon businesses to provide education for management and staff on the history of Aboriginal peoples, including the history and legacy of residential schools, the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Treaties and Aboriginal rights, Indigenous law, and Aboriginal-Crown relations.

In response, we have co-produced a video series featuring our Special Advisor Kevin Lamoureux discussing these very subjects. Kevin is an award-winning scholar and was the former Education Lead for the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation.

We encourage you to view these three 20-minute videos with your colleagues to encourage discussion on how non-Indigenous people can support reconciliation in the communities where our businesses are owned and operated.

We are committed to doing what we can to advance reconciliation with Canada’s Indigenous Peoples.

Call to Action 92 also calls upon businesses to provide education for management and staff on the history of Aboriginal peoples, including the history and legacy of residential schools, the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Treaties and Aboriginal rights, Indigenous law, and Aboriginal-Crown relations.

In response, we have co-produced a video series featuring our Special Advisor Kevin Lamoureux discussing these very subjects. Kevin is an award-winning scholar and was the former Education Lead for the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation.

We encourage you to view these three 20-minute videos with your colleagues to encourage discussion on how non-Indigenous people can support reconciliation in the communities where our businesses are owned and operated.

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We are committed to doing what we can to advance reconciliation with Canada’s Indigenous Peoples.

Call to Action 92 also calls upon businesses to provide education for management and staff on the history of Aboriginal peoples, including the history and legacy of residential schools, the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Treaties and Aboriginal rights, Indigenous law, and Aboriginal-Crown relations.

In response, we have co-produced a video series featuring our Special Advisor Kevin Lamoureux discussing these very subjects. Kevin is an award-winning scholar and was the former Education Lead for the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation.

We encourage you to view these three 20-minute videos with your colleagues to encourage discussion on how non-Indigenous people can support reconciliation in the communities where our businesses are owned and operated.

We are committed to doing what we can to advance reconciliation with Canada’s Indigenous Peoples.

Call to Action 92 also calls upon businesses to provide education for management and staff on the history of Aboriginal peoples, including the history and legacy of residential schools, the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Treaties and Aboriginal rights, Indigenous law, and Aboriginal-Crown relations.

In response, we have co-produced a video series featuring our Special Advisor Kevin Lamoureux discussing these very subjects. Kevin is an award-winning scholar and was the former Education Lead for the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation.

We encourage you to view these three 20-minute videos with your colleagues to encourage discussion on how non-Indigenous people can support reconciliation in the communities where our businesses are owned and operated.

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Chapter 1 

Reconciliation is a Gift

Chapter 1 

Reconciliation is a Gift

Chapter 1 

Reconciliation is a Gift

Chapter 1 

Reconciliation is a Gift

Chapter One of this educational series explores the Indian Act and its 94 calls to action, including the story of the Jordan Principle and its implications for our communities, Truth and Reconciliation. Our speaker Kevin Lamoureux also shares what reconciliation is and how we can all see it as a gift.

Chapter One of this educational series explores the Indian Act and its 94 calls to action, including the story of the Jordan Principle and its implications for our communities, Truth and Reconciliation. Our speaker Kevin Lamoureux also shares what reconciliation is and how we can all see it as a gift.

Chapter One of this educational series explores the Indian Act and its 94 calls to action, including the story of the Jordan Principle and its implications for our communities, Truth and Reconciliation. Our speaker Kevin Lamoureux also shares what reconciliation is and how we can all see it as a gift.

Chapter One of this educational series explores the Indian Act and its 94 calls to action, including the story of the Jordan Principle and its implications for our communities, Truth and Reconciliation. Our speaker Kevin Lamoureux also shares what reconciliation is and how we can all see it as a gift.

Chapter One of this educational series explores the Indian Act and its 94 calls to action, including the story of the Jordan Principle and its implications for our communities, Truth and Reconciliation. Our speaker Kevin Lamoureux also shares what reconciliation is and how we can all see it as a gift.

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Chapter 2 

The Indian Act

Chapter 2 

The Indian Act

Chapter 2 

The Indian Act

Chapter 2 

The Indian Act

Chapter 2 

The Indian Act

In chapter 2 of this series, Kevin discusses the Indian Act and specifically call to action #92

In chapter 2 of this series, Kevin discusses the Indian Act and specifically call to action #92

In chapter 2 of this series, Kevin discusses the Indian Act and specifically call to action #92

In chapter 2 of this series, Kevin discusses the Indian Act and specifically call to action #92

In chapter 2 of this series, Kevin discusses the Indian Act and specifically call to action #92

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Chapter 3 

Duty to Consult

Chapter 3 

Duty to Consult

Chapter 3

Duty to Consult

Chapter 3 

Duty to Consult

In Chapter 3 of this series on Truth and Reconciliation, Kevin walks us through how the call to action #92 relates to economic development in Canada and the importance of the duty to consult.

In Chapter 3 of this series on Truth and Reconciliation, Kevin walks us through how the call to action #92 relates to economic development in Canada and the importance of the duty to consult.

In Chapter 3 of this series on Truth and Reconciliation, Kevin walks us through how the call to action #92 relates to economic development in Canada and the importance of the duty to consult.

In Chapter 3 of this series on Truth and Reconciliation, Kevin walks us through how the call to action #92 relates to economic development in Canada and the importance of the duty to consult.

In Chapter 3 of this series on Truth and Reconciliation, Kevin walks us through how the call to action #92 relates to economic development in Canada and the importance of the duty to consult.

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