Reconciliation News

Tomorrow, paddle with us

Nov 29, 2021

We all have parts to play, wherever we are in this jigsaw. And we’re as big as we want to be.

Chief Dr. Robert Joseph, Ambassador

Today is 60 days after the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.


We are in a moment of massive change, massive transformation, and massive opportunity. We have to do things differently for real reconciliation to happen. Now is the time for urgent action.

Reconciliation is right in front of us. If we really want change, we have to change the system. Even though the work is complicated and challenging, we all have our unique gifts to bring. Together, we can transform our future.

Here’s how we big we want to be:


  • We need to expand our education services so more people and organizations can run reconciliation programs across the country.
  • We need to re-elevate Indigenous women back into their traditionally respected leadership roles, to guide us through the economic, environmental and social challenges we now face.
  • We need to build Traditional Houses in every major Canadian city where Indigenous peoples can connect and everyone can learn about reconciliation.

In the last 60 days since September 30, we’ve been hard at work behind the scenes. We’re bringing on new team members to take on these big goals. We’re recruiting new board members to support and spread the word. We’re talking with partners about how to turn our dreams into reality.

We also need to raise money to support these big changes.

Tomorrow is Giving Tuesday, when we’ll be counting on you for your support, and every dollar you contribute will help to achieve our goals.

Paddle together with us on our journey to advance reconciliation, with understanding, love, and hope, upholding our responsibility to each other.

Now is the time for change. Now is the time for reconciliation. ‘Namwayut: Together, we are one.


Director of Fund Development

Nov 9, 2021

Employee, 40 hours per week, Reconciliation Canada, North Vancouver, BC

The Organization

Reconciliation Canada is an Indigenous-led national organization that catalyzes meaningful relationships through values-based dialogue, leadership, and action. With a vision of “A vibrant Canada where all peoples achieve their full potential and shared prosperity”, we are dedicated to building partnerships with organizations that share our values and guiding principles. We are committed to humanity, building resilience, seeking diverse perspectives, and sharing knowledge. We steward a strong culture based on our core values and reflective of our commitment to diversity and inclusiveness.

Reconciliation Canada has been engaging individuals, communities, and organizations across the country in reconciliation initiatives, programs, workshops, learning experiences and events since 2012 to advance the work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC) and help find a New Way Forward. Our collective wellbeing rests with the relationships we build today.

As a diverse and inclusive workplace, we ensure everyone, regardless of who they are or what they do, feel equally involved and supported in all areas of the workplace. In our workplace, you feel welcomed, your ideas and opinions matter, you belong, you feel safe and bring your full and unique self to work.

As a values-based organization, we are open, curious and strive for understanding in a courageous manner.

Core Values & Beliefs

  • ‘Namwayut – We are All One
  • Dignity
  • Hope
  • Openness
  • Understanding
  • Courage

Position Type: Employee, permanent, full time, 40 hours per week
Start date: as soon as possible
Location: Reconciliation Canada Office at 206, 1999 Marine Drive, North Vancouver & remote
Reports to: CEO

The Opportunity

We are looking for a Director of Fund Development to join our team. Reporting to the CEO, the Director
of Fund Development (DFD) takes a shared leadership approach by focusing on building a sustainable
funding stream that enables the growth and delivery of Reconciliation Canada programs and initiatives.
The DFD is a proactive, team-oriented individual with a passion for the mission of Reconciliation Canada
(RC). In collaboration with RC’s Leadership team, they are responsible for the development and implementation of RC’s fundraising strategy including, and not limited to identifying, developing and maintaining diverse Government, Corporate and Community relationships across national and provincial levels and leveraging established relationships to attract and engage new partners in mutually beneficial, meaningful partnerships.

Education and Experience

  • In collaboration with the CEO and RC’s Leadership team, develop and implement RC’s national funding strategy to enable long-term and sustainable funding for programming and core operations. Develop metrics to evaluate effectiveness of funding approach
  • Collaborate with the Leadership team to develop budgets, proposals/grant requests and negotiate with prospective funders/partners to ensure collective needs are met and clear understanding in place, including funder requirements
  • Help disrupt some of the government and foundation business as usual approach while developing renewed partnerships, grounded in a shared vision of incorporating Indigenous ways of knowing into their own business practices
  • Cultivate and document a robust pipeline of partners and funders that enables the achievement of fundraising goals. Develop procedures for tracking and qualifying prospects and for recording and reporting proposal progress, ensuring that communications, contacts, correspondence, and actions are recorded enabling continuity in relationships
  • Monitor trends in target communities/regions and adapt development strategies as necessary. Work with the CEO and Director of Engagement to negotiate and close partnership agreements with prospective funding partners
  • Maintain and grow RC’s individual donor database (including donation tracking and data entry, reporting, and donor stewardship) to build a strong base of donor support
  • Develop and implement funding reporting process that satisfies reporting requirements and meets unique funder needs
  • Develop written agreements such as funding agreements and memorandums of understanding Prepare reporting as required including: reports for board meetings, funder reporting, etc.
  • Exhibit respect for, and excellent service to, partners and all supporters of RC through prompt, courteous, and informative communication
  • Actively engage key stakeholders in fundraising activities and work with them to demonstrate the importance of philanthropy in sustaining RC
  • Manage and mentor a team of staff and/or volunteers
  • Support the team with additional duties as required
  • Steward a strong culture based on our core values and reflective of our commitment to diversity and inclusiveness

Education and Experience

This is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual with extensive, national partnerships and fundraising experience to grow and further develop an initiative on a national level that has already made significant impact in BC. The successful candidate will partner with the CEO and work collaboratively with a high-performance staff team.

Specific requirements include:

  • Minimum Bachelor degree with at least 7 years of experience, including in a non-profit organization, with a successful fundraising record or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • A broad knowledge of partnership development, including all aspects of fundraising with a strong background in effective grant writing, developing positive relationships with partner contacts and program officers, and securing large grants from large and small foundations, government ministries, corporations and philanthropists
  • Demonstrated experience building national funding partnerships
  • Ambitious, innovative and collaborative approach to partnership strategies and practices
  • Ability to communicate confidently and effectively with coworkers, partners, prospects and high-net-worth partners; must have especially strong written, oral, and listening skills
  • Strong planning and leadership skills with the ability to prioritize tasks to achieve goals in a timely manner
  • Experience working with Google workspace and project management tools (e.g. Asana)
  • Experience managing and mentoring staff
  • Action-oriented, entrepreneurial, flexible, and innovative approach to operational management
  • Demonstrated talent for understanding, respecting and supporting diversity
  • Passion, humility, integrity, positive attitude, mission-driven, and self-directed

Total rewards

We offer a competitive salary, health and dental benefits, wellness days, scheduled office closures, vacation and professional development opportunities.

Compensation will be commensurate with experience. The salary ranges from $75,000 to $95,000 per year, with potential for higher.

Join our team

If you value a professional work environment that is fast-paced, evolving and challenging with lots of opportunity for development, learning and contribution, we welcome you to learn more about this opportunity. You will join a small and highly agile team that is dynamic, diverse, forward facing and making a difference around the world.

Our collective wellbeing rests with the relationships we build today. We respect the unique needs, perspectives and potential of all our team members. We encourage and embrace diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

We would like to thank everyone for their interest in working with Reconciliation Canada. Due to the high volume of applications, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

To apply, please send your cover letter and resume at [email protected] by Sunday, November 28th, 2021.

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Our first 30 days after September 30

Oct 30, 2021

The inaugural National Day for Truth and Reconciliation was Day Zero for us.

Like many milestones in life, this was an emotional day, full of simultaneous grief and hope. We saw Canadians across the country honour Survivors, their families, and communities.

The day also proved there is much more work to be done at every level.


What next?


At Reconciliation Canada, we’re committed to reporting on our ongoing work in the first 30, 60, 90, and 100 days after the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.

We encourage you to continue the conversation within your own families and communities by creating a Back Pocket Reconciliation Action Plan, using our Community Action Toolkits, or re-watching our gatherings. Ask your workplace and governments what they are doing to support reconciliation beyond September 30.


Today, 30 days after September 30, we’re sharing three of our key steps 


1. We interviewed with CBC about the Pope’s visit

Chief Dr. Robert Joseph and Karen Joseph, our Ambassador and CEO, spoke on Thursday’s Early Edition radio show about what they hope to see on the Pope’s visit to Canada.

If you’re wondering why the Pope’s visit to Canada is important for reconciliation, and what other meaningful work needs to happen, this is a great place to start. 

2. We’re renewing our team

Meet the newest three Reconciliation Canada team members who joined this month to support our new initiatives. 

Erin Dixon (Gizhagate), Director of Knowledge and Indigenous Leadership, walks with vision and all of life in mind, sharing her Otipemisiwak-Métis heritage and love for Indigenous knowledge systems, and will be developing our new Indigenous Women Leadership program.

Leslie Hunt-Dickie (Tli’li’nukw), Director of Engagement, is a member of the Kwakiutl Nation deeply committed to building lasting relationships with governments, partners and society to do better for reconciliation.

Dashae Geddes, Office Coordinator, is a Cree Indigenous woman from George Gordon’s First Nations located near Regina, SK, who helped plan our team and partner events in 2019 and rejoins us now to prepare for our 2022 events and programming.

3. We’re continuing to raise funds

We have been moved by the support Canadians have shown to Indigenous organizations, including Reconciliation Canada, particularly on the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.

Every time we hear that someone found value in one of our Reconciliation Dialogue Workshops, shared our resources with others, or asks when we are holding our next event, we know that we are on the right track.

Reconciliation is a journey for the long-haul. We would deeply appreciate your ongoing support as we move past September. If you are able and would like to contribute towards our work, please consider giving a gift.


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Thank you for your continued belief in Reconciliation Canada.


Reflections on the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Sep 29, 2021

Karen Joseph, CEO, Reconciliation Canada 


Today, on Canada’s first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, we are at a pivotal moment in history.

We are at a crossroads in time when each of us needs to decide how we meet the challenge of reconciliation. 

When our children ask us, “What will you do?”, do we say nothing?

Or do we seize the opportunity and commit ourselves to contributing to a better future, one that recognizes the harmful past and uplifts the resilience, wisdom and gifts of Indigenous Peoples across Turtle Island?

Right now, we are in a time of crisis. 

COVID is challenging our ways of being and interacting with one another every single day. 

Each day brings the revelation of more and more remains of Indigenous children who were forcibly removed from their communities to attend Indian Residential Schools, only to never return home. 

For the first time in the history of this country, people are realizing the level of violence and abuse and terror that was perpetuated for all those years upon Indigenous children, their parents and their communities. 

There is no denying something must be done.

Learning and talking about the truth of Indian Residential Schools isn’t about comparing whose trauma is worse. It’s about understanding how we build resilience. Each of us has a story to share. 

I see reconciliation as the weaving together of all these resiliencies, the sharing and recognizing of going through difficult times, and choosing a new way of being as we move forward.

 

The questions we need to ask ourselves are: 

How do we weave our resilience together to create something better than we could have alone? 

How do we make lasting change that goes beyond a single day? 

How do we show up as our best selves in these difficult and challenging times?

We invite you to show up by continuing to listen to and learn from Indigenous voices. Reflect on your own history and determine how you will contribute to a better today and a better tomorrow.

 

Here are some suggestions: 

  • Donate to an organization advancing reconciliation. There are many Indigenous-led organizations, including ours, that welcome your support to carry out this work.
  • Understand the concept of all my relations, and how it applies to reconciliation, the environment, and prosperity.
  • Talk about the values of reconciliation and explore any synergies it has within your own culture, values, and vision for the future.

 

Most important of all – challenge yourself to do more than nothing.

Reconciliation is our shared responsibility to contribute to a better today and tomorrow so that all our children can achieve their optimum potential and shared prosperity.

I lift my hands in honour of all our children, those who lived and those who perished, in Canada’s Indian Residential School system. I humbly accept my responsibility to pick up and carry forth your truth, your courage and your hope for all our relations from this day forward.

 


Karen Joseph is a Musgamagw Dzawada’enuxw social change maker who co-founded Reconciliation Canada in 2012 to uphold her father’s dream of witnessing thousands of people walking together in support of Indian Residential School Survivors and Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission. In September 2013, the Walk for Reconciliation brought 50,000 people to the streets of downtown Vancouver in their commitment to revitalize the relationships among Indigenous Peoples and all Canadians. Since then, she has championed hundreds of gatherings with diverse leaders to advance individual, organizational, and societal reconciliation

 

 


How you can participate in Truth and Reconciliation

Sep 28, 2021

September 30, 2021, marks the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.

 

This is a day to recognize and reflect on the tragic history and ongoing legacy of residential schools. It is also a day when we can honour Survivors, their families, and Indigenous communities.

 

How you can participate in Truth and Reconciliation:


Challenge yourself to learn more 

This National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is an opportunity to not only reflect on what we know, but also take the time to learn more. Attend an event in your community, or explore some of the learning resources below.

 

Events this week

Learning resources

  • Bringing Our Children Home: Reflecting On Our Shared History

    In response to 215 children found buried at the Kamloops (Tk’emlups), Reconciliation Canada hosted a series of gatherings to help people understand our shared history. At each gathering, our expert panelists examine how we are all building the Reconciliation movement, exploring ideas that will help shape the future of Canada.

  • Reconciliation Through Education

    The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation has a collection of educational resources to support teachers in raising awareness about why residential schools were created, their ongoing legacy, and how these have shaped the country we live in today.

  • Indigenous Canada

    The University of Alberta offers a free online course that explores Indigenous histories and key issues in Canada. This course explores key issues facing Indigenous peoples today from a historical and critical perspective highlighting national and local Indigenous-settler relations.

  • All My Relations

    This podcast explores what it means to be an Indigenous person today and to be engaged in relationships—relationships to land and place, to a nation, to non-human relatives, and to one another. All My Relations is a place to explore these relationships, and to think through Indigeneity in all its complexities.


Show your support 

Wear Orange

Before being officially recognized by the federal government, September 30 was known as Orange Shirt Day, started by Phyllis Webstad. Orange Shirt Day is an Indigenous-led grassroots commemorative day that honours the children who survived Indian Residential Schools and remembers those who did not. Wearing orange is one of the simplest ways to show some support for the day.

Donate to organizations working on reconciliation

We are at a time where it is crucial that this awareness and energy is translated into concrete change. Be part of the We are at a crucial time when our energy and awareness of residential schools need to translate into concrete change. Be part of the impact that keeps this momentum going by supporting organizations like Reconciliation Canada. Your support will help us continue our work to reconcile the pain of our shared history, and take new steps on a path of healing towards a better future for all Canadians. Support now


Be mindful 

It has been a very challenging year for Indigenous communities in B.C. and across Canada. Please be mindful of how sensitive this day will be for many.

Show consideration to those who are hurting by listening to those who are willing to share their stories and giving space to those who need it, and making an effort to take the next step in your own journey of lifelong learning on truth and reconciliation.

 

 


Bringing Our Children Home series



When we hosted gatherings for the 215 children found buried at the Kamloops (Tk’emlups) Residential School, we knew that more graves would soon be found.

And now they have; and the grief continues.

We mourn the loss of all the children who never came home. Collectively we are in deep pain and many are searching for support and seeking guidance for what to do next, how to heal, and how to respond.

Throughout the Spring and Summer of 2021, we hosted our Bringing Our Children Home series, every Tuesday (4:00 PM PST) and Saturday (10:00 AM PST) to discuss the future of reconciliation.

Candy Palmater, Mi’maw comedian and host of the Candy Show, moderated our discussion on how we are all building the Reconciliation movement, exploring ideas that will help shape the future of Canada. All were invited and encouraged to attend this exceptional learning opportunity.

This and future gatherings will feature Reconciliation Canada Ambassador Chief Dr. Robert Joseph and CEO Karen Joseph alongside an expert panel of guest speakers.

To watch the recordings of the Bringing our Children Home series, visit the Reconciliation Canada Facebook page or our Youtube Channel.

To see our current or future events, visit our Facebook Event page.


Mental Health Resources:

If you need help, please reach out. You can locate mental health resources here: 

Indian Residential School Survivor Society (IRSSS):
1-800-721-0066

Kids Help Phone:
 1-800-6686868 or text 686868

Suicide Crisis Line:
1-800-784-2432

Battered Women’s Support Services:
1-855-687-1868

IRS National Crisis Line:
1-866-925-4419

Tsow-Tun Le Lum Crisis Line:
1-888-403-3123

Ku-Us Crisis Line:
1-800-588-8717


Get Involved:

We are humbled by your messages of support, strength and resilience. Your support allows us to engage all Canadians in dialogue and transformative experiences that revitalize relationships and lay the framework for a new way forward.

Reconciliation Canada:

Donate: https://reconciliationcanada.ca/donate 
How can you get involved: https://reconciliationcanada.ca/get-involved/how-to-get-involved/


Rewatch the gathering: 

All of our gatherings are recorded and uploaded on our Facebook page and YouTube channel. Please share with your friends and family who could not make it to the gathering. 

RC Facebook: https://fb.me/e/1uCFGY5az
RC YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKs1gCavn1rY36XSx1_GeQg


To find out more about the impact of your support, upcoming events and more, sign up for our newsletter at https://reconciliationcanada.ca/news-events/e-newsletters/.


Marketing and Communications Manager

Jun 17, 2021

Employee, 40 hours per week, Reconciliation Canada, North Vancouver, BC

Position Overview

Born from the vision of Chief Dr. Robert Joseph, Gwawaenuk Elder, Reconciliation Canada is leading the way in engaging Canadians in dialogue and transformative experiences that revitalize the relationships among
Indigenous peoples and all Canadians. Our model for reconciliation engages people in open and honest conversation to understand our diverse histories and experiences. We actively engage multi-faith and multi-cultural communities to explore the meaning of reconciliation.

The Marketing and Communications Manager will contribute to the development and implementation of Reconciliation Canada’s national marketing and communications strategy that will engage civil society, private/corporate sector, Indigenous peoples, general public and post-secondary education institutions across Canada.

Core Values & Beliefs

  •  ‘Namwayut – We are All One
  • Dignity
  • Hope
  • Openness
  • Understanding
  • Courage

Position Type: Employee, permanent, full time, 40 hours per week
Start date: as soon as possible
Location: Reconciliation Canada Office at 206, 1999 Marine Drive, North Vancouver & remote
Reports to: CEO

Deliverables & Duties

  • Develop and implement Reconciliation Canada’s national marketing and communications strategy, in collaboration with CEO
  • Manage the implementation and delivery of all Reconciliation Canada’s marketing and communications activities and materials including but not limited to print and online materials, newsletters, fundraising and campaign materials, speeches, and presentations
  • Manage and oversee a team of Marketing and Communications team members (2-4 people) and volunteers
  • Measure the success of Reconciliation Canada’s marketing and communications strategy on a regular basis, escalating concerns and making recommendations for changes as required
  • Manage Reconciliation Canada’s relationships with external contractors, including marketing, communications, branding, public relations and graphic design
  • Manage and coordinate public relations activities, including but not limited to writing press releases, media relations, media clippings, media monitoring and research
  • Develop social media strategy and oversee Marketing and Communications team members on day-to-day social media content and calendar
  • Ensure articulation of Reconciliation Canada’s desired brand, assure consistent communication of image and position throughout the organization as according to brand guide, and assure communication of image and position to all constituencies, both internal and external
  • Steward a strong culture based on our core values and reflective of our commitment to diversity and inclusiveness
  • Support the team with additional duties as required

Skills & Experience
This is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual with knowledge and interest in marketing and communications management to support an organization on a national level that has already made a significant impact in BC. The successful candidate will support the CEO and will work collaboratively with a high-performance staff team.

Specific requirements include:

  • Minimum Bachelor’s degree with at least 5 years of experience in non-profit marketing and communications management
  • Strong writing, editing and proofreading skills
  • Experience developing social media strategy and content
  • Demonstrated experience leading teams of paid staff and volunteers
  • Skills in Adobe Photoshop, InDesign and/or Illustrator an asset
  • French language skills are an asset
  • High level of intercultural sensitivity and interest in Indigenous issues
  • Ability to effectively work under tight deadlines and manage projects independently
  • Negotiation, interpersonal, organization, planning and communication skills
  • Ability to multitask, analyze, and problem solve in a fast-paced organization
  • Confident working with a wide range of social groups
  • Action-oriented, entrepreneurial, flexible, and innovative approach to people engagement
  • Passion, humility, integrity, positive attitude, mission-driven, and self-directed

Reconciliation Canada values diversity and is an organization that is welcoming of all cultures, educational backgrounds, age, gender, sexual orientation, and abilities. As an Indigenous-led organization, we recognize and celebrate the diversity of all peoples, and promote cultural competencies of each employee.

We are committed to respecting diversity within our workforce and specifically to increasing the number of Indigenous employees within our organization. As preference may be given to qualified Indigenous applicants, we ask that they self-identify in our recruitment and staffing processes.

To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to [email protected] by Sunday, August 8, 2021. Please note that applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.

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Community Engagement Manager


Employee, 6 months contract, 40 hours per week, Reconciliation Canada, North Vancouver, BC

Position Overview
Born from the vision of Chief Dr. Robert Joseph, Gwawaenuk Elder, Reconciliation Canada is leading the way in engaging Canadians in dialogue and transformative experiences that revitalize the relationships among Indigenous peoples and all Canadians. Our model for reconciliation engages people in open and honest conversation to understand our diverse histories and experiences. We actively engage multi-faith and multi-cultural communities to explore the meaning of reconciliation.

Reporting to the Director of Program Development, the Community Engagement Manager has operational responsibility for Reconciliation Canada community engagement initiatives, including but not limited to dialogue workshop development, management and delivery. The role requires leadership in building and maintaining relationships with community partners throughout the Indigenous, non-profit, corporate and government sectors, large-scale conference and event management, and facilitation experience.

Core Values & Beliefs

  • ‘Namwayut – We are All One
  • Dignity
  • Hope
  • Openness
  • Understanding
  • Courage

Position Type: Employee, full time, 40 hours per week
Start date: as soon as possible
Position term: 6 months, with the possibility of extension
Location: Reconciliation Canada Office at 206, 1999 Marine Drive, North Vancouver & remote
Reports to: Director of Program Development

Deliverables & Duties

  • Manage a portfolio of community engagement initiatives, including but not limited to: dialogue workshop design and development, partnership development, management of participant, health and wellness, logistics, documentation and evaluation
  • Build and maintain critical relationships with local, regional, provincial and national partners to ensure all community engagement programs and events are regionally and territorially appropriate and successful in each community
  • Leverage key community partners to build community-based interest and awareness for opportunity to engage with Reconciliation Canada programming
  • Develop the community engagement data collection and evaluation strategies
  • Co-facilitate dialogue-based initiatives, including but not limited to: Reconciliation Dialogue Workshops
  • Regularly assess with Director of Program Development and CEO, the progress of all portfolio initiatives, identifying risks and developing mitigating tactics to ensure success
  • Produce reporting as required to enable organizational objectives
  • Enable the success of the department and the achievement of organizational objectives by helping with other duties, as required
  • Steward a strong culture based on our core values and reflective of our commitment to diversity and inclusiveness

Skills & Experience
This is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual with knowledge and interest in community engagement and facilitation to support an organization on a national level that has already made a significant impact in BC. The successful candidate will support the Director of Program Development and will work collaboratively with a high-performance staff team.

Specific requirements include:

  • At least 5 years of experience in cross-cultural community engagement
  • Experience working directly with Indigenous communities, with a strong understanding of the reconciliation process
  • Analytic and decisive decision maker with the ability to prioritize and communicate to staff key objectives and tactics necessary to achieve organizational goals
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills; a persuasive and passionate communicator with excellent public speaking skills
  • Experience designing and hosting dialogue-based events
  • Strong facilitation skills and past experience with cross-cultural dialogue
  • Confident working with a wide range of social groups
  • Strong leadership skills to manage program development and delivery
  • Action-oriented, entrepreneurial, flexible, and innovative approach to operational management
  • Passion, humility, integrity, positive attitude, mission-driven, and self-directed

Reconciliation Canada values diversity and is an organization that is welcoming of all cultures, educational backgrounds, age, gender, sexual orientation, and abilities. As an Indigenous-led organization, we recognize and celebrate the diversity of all peoples, and promote cultural competencies of each employee.

We are committed to respecting diversity within our workforce and specifically to increasing the number of Indigenous employees within our organization. As preference may be given to qualified Indigenous applicants, we ask that they self-identify in our recruitment and staffing processes.

To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to [email protected] by Sunday, August 22, 2021.

Download the full job description



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