Level/Audience: General Audience 1.0
Presentation by: Deborah Green
Never in Canada’s history have we ever talked so much about the importance of inclusion of our indigenous peoples. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission made 94 recommendations toward full inclusion, but the most important piece is for all Canadians to understand their role in reconciliation.
This webinar will help debunk some myths about indigenous peoples, and provide data and information to help you build solid relationships with your local Indigenous community.
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