You can make a difference and be part of an historical moment. Reconciliation Canada invites individuals, neighbours and community groups, businesses, government and other organizations to join us. Whether you are considering volunteering, donating or looking for partnership opportunities, we need you and will greatly appreciate your support.

 

Reconciliation Canada Programs and Initiatives

Reconciliation Canada actively provides programs and initiatives to inspire positive change in communities throughout Canada.

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Volunteer

Reconciliation Canada is calling on volunteers who are willing to donate their time and energy to help build a stronger relationship among Indigenous peoples and all Canadians and facilitate a better and stronger Canada for all.

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Become a Partner

Reconciliation Canada actively seeks partnership opportunities with community organizations, faith-based groups, businesses and governments.

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Donate

As a registered charity, Reconciliation Canada relies on the generosity of partners and individual supporters like you to deliver our programs and initiatives in communities across Canada. By making a donation, you are joining a growing movement to revitalize the relationships between Indigenous peoples and all Canadians. Thank you for your generosity.

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Toolkits

Our toolkits are intended to provide you with some guidelines and ideas on how to start the reconciliation conversation within your own circles of influence.

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Careers

View our current career opportunities.

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