Walk for

Reconciliation

Walk With Us

Join the 2017 Walk for Reconciliation in Vancouver! The Walk for Reconciliation is a positive movement to build better relationships among Indigenous peoples and all Canadians. This bold vision calls on everyone of all ages, all backgrounds, all cultures and all faiths to come together as communities and as individuals.

Now is the time to transform and renew relationships among Indigenous peoples and all Canadians. The act of walking and sharing our stories joins us in a commitment to create a new way forward for reconciliation.

Join and support the spirit of ‘Namwayut - We are all one.

Together, let’s walk for reconciliation on September 24, 2017!

Your Impact

This is an opportunity for people of all backgrounds to make a personal contribution to the reconciliation movement.

How we build relationships today affects our next generations. Through walking in the spirit of reconciliation you honour intergenerational lives taken, honour survivors and those impacted by the Indian residential school system, and show your support for the youth in all communities.

Event Details

Walk for Reconciliation

Sunday, September 24th | 9:30am
650 Cambie St.,
Vancouver, BC

The Walk follows a 2km route from Cambie St. and Georgia St. to Strathcona Park.

Reconciliation Expo

Sunday, September 24th | 10:30am - 3:00pm
Strathcona Park
857 Malkin Ave.,
Vancouver, BC

Gather at Strathcona Park for the Reconciliation Expo, featuring a series of Indigenous and multi-cultural performances and a keynote speech.

Reconciliation in Action: A National Engagement Strategy, a Canada 150 Signature Project, is funded in part by the Government of Canada. | Réconciliation en action : une stratégie d’engagement nationale est un projet de premier plan de Canada 150. Ce projet est financé en partie par le gouvernement du Canada.

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Reconciliation Canada Capacity Partners

Founding and Current Partner

For a full list of Reconciliation Canada Partners, click here.