Hold a Reconciliation workshop in your community! Organizations such as Returning to Spirit offer workshops and training programs that help individuals and communities move forward from the legacy of Residential Schools.

The City of Toronto is working to renew their relationship with Aboriginal peoples: “City Council approves landmark Statement of Commitment to Toronto’s Aboriginal communities” : The Statement of Commitment TO Toronto’s Aboriginal Community

Pickering Students learn about native international schools

The Sioux Lookout Anti-Racism Committee

The Sioux Lookout Anti-Racism Committee is dedicated to helping all residents and visitors to our community learn to work and live together while respecting and celebrating our differences. The goal is to develop a just community where the future will be better for us all.

"Since March 2011, a number of people from Northwestern Ontario have been working towards producing a handbook; a handbook that will be a resource to other communities who may wish to engage in dialogue and activities around reconciliation stemming from the Indian Residential Schools legacy." - Garnet Angeconeb, co-chair of the Sioux Lookout Community Coalition on Healing and Reconciliation

Download a copy of the Starting to Talk handbook