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Guide to getting the most out of Indigenous Watchdog?

Indigenous Watchdog (IW) aggregates a vast repository of curated data from multiple sources across Canada to track and report on what is happening with reconciliation – good and bad! What is working and what is not? The question for a lot of users is where to start and how to navigate the information to find

Will Pope Francis’ penitential voyage deliver what Indigenous people need?

On April 1, 2022, Pope Francis partially apologized to the delegation of First Nations, Métis and Inuit residential school survivors who travelled to Rome for meetings at the Vatican. The apology, however, simply said, “For the deplorable conduct of these members of the Catholic Church, I ask for God’s forgiveness and I want to say

Who’s doing what to advance reconciliation and who isn’t? Status Updates July 5, 2022

Read the one line descriptions below and feel the pulse of reconciliation – getting a little stronger now that the federal government has passed Bill C – 29 “The National Centre for Reconciliation Act“. Seven years after the release of the Truth and Reconciliation Final Report in June 2015, the federal government has finally tabled

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