Rooted in the visionary leadership of Chief Dr. Robert Joseph, a Gwawaenuk Elder, Reconciliation Canada is at the forefront of fostering reconciliation in Canada. Through dialogue and transformative experiences, we facilitate meaningful engagements aimed at revitalizing relationships between Indigenous peoples and all Canadians. Our reconciliation model promotes open and honest conversations to comprehend our varied histories and experiences. We actively involve multi-faith and multi-cultural communities in exploring the significance of reconciliation. Together, we are charting a New Way Forward.Discover More
“Reconciliation has given me a gift, and therefore I want to give my own gift back to the world.”
I have written a book called Namwayut. In the Kwak’wala language, this word conveys the deep understanding that we are all one. One common humanity. One connected whole.
In this book, I share my own journey from childhood surviving residential school to who I have become today.Learn More
Reconciliation Dialogue Workshops create a safe place to engage all peoples in Canada in dialogue that increases understanding of our shared history and explores the meaning of reconciliation in Canada and our respective role to play.Learn more
The Community Action Toolkits are intended to provide you with some guidelines and ideas on how to start the reconciliation conversation and promote reconciliation in Canada. 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.Learn more
Reconciliation Canada offers inspiring speeches that raise awareness about reconciliation. Reconciliation Canada has inspiring speakers to engage all types of audiences in reconciliation. Over the years we’ve delivered hundreds of keynotes and such, to governments, corporations, communities, institutes, faiths, and more.Learn More
With the support and involvement of our partners, we are able to deliver programs and initatives that are revitalizing the relationships between Indigenous peoples and all Canadians.
Every word, every discussion, and every story we share facilitates change.
—Chief Robert Joseph