Reconciliation is an ongoing journey, one that will take a collective effort to find a new way forward. We invite you to contribute to this important conversation and involve your social and professional circles, be it your family, friends, colleagues, neighbours or classmates.

The Community Action Toolkits are intended to provide you with some guidelines and ideas on how to start the reconciliation conversation.. Of course, every community and situation is different and we invite you, as the expert in your own community, to use these tools in a way that is appropriate, impactful and safe in your respective environments and situations.

We look forward to hearing and sharing positive stories from the community on taking reconciliation action.

Please note that although our small and humble team does not have the capacity to provide individual advice and consultation to all projects, we want to make this a positive experience for you! Therefore, the Reconciliation Canada team is continuously working to gather ideas for improvement and resources to add to this page, so be sure to check back regularly for updates and additional resources.

 

Kitchen Table Guide for Reconciliation Dialogue: For Individuals, Communities and Organizations

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An opportunity to gather family, friends, neighbours, or colleagues to join the dialogue on reconciliation

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Begin the Dialogue: Guide for Municipal or First Nation Governments

A local-government guide to assist in the first step towards reconciliation, intended to assist your collective in the internal exploration of the meaning and relevance of reconciliation in your community.

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Young Leaders

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A call-to-action for post-secondary students, student unions, associations and clubs.

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Young Adult Voices

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A ‘how to’ guide for senior high school students to action reconciliation within their schools, families and social networks.

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Plan Your Own Event

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Ideas, inspiration and tips for planning your own reconciliation event.

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