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About the Conference

Reconciliation has many facets. It begins with an acknowledgement that something went wrong between two people or two groups of people – that relationship has been severed. Usually this acknowledgement includes, and, most often begins with an apology. In Canada, for example, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission was established, following an all-party apology in the House of Commons, June 11, 2008, to pursue two noble goals – uncovering the truth, and seeking reconciliation with Canada's Indigenous peoples. The purpose of this conference, Walking Together, is to focus on next steps beyond the TRC.

Thunder Bay

Indigenous Pathways is working together with clergy and leaders of the Thunder Bay and area church community to host this event. Among the critical areas of focus for the conference will be the challenge of Chief Justice Murray Sinclair concerning reconciliation in the aftermath of the Truth part of the TRC mandate.

For more information, email info@walkingtogethertbay.com
Check out WT in Thunder Bay here.
See the photos here.
A Journey of Reconciliation…

“Reconciliation is about forging and maintaining respectful relationships. There are no shortcuts.”

- Justice Murray Sinclair
About Us
Indigenous Pathways is a community of organizations with unique identities and skills that have chosen to live together within one corporate legal entity in order to more effectively work alongside Indigenous people around the world. At present, there are four members of the Indigenous Pathways family. They are NAIITS, My People, iEmergence and Wiconi.
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