Truth & Reconciliation Day Resources

Today is the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.

Truth and Reconciliation are not contained to one day: it is an ongoing practice. Today and every day we consider our responsibility as Treaty people. 

Below, please find an incomplete and evolving list of resources in recognition of Truth and Reconciliation.

The resources below explore a difficult history of the violent colonization and genocide of Indigenous peoples. This is not a distant history. It continues to adversely impact Indigenous communities today. The ripple of that impact will be felt for generations.  

We invite you to please listen, learn, unlearn, reflect, and, when you are ready, take action. 

Questions? Have a resource you’d like to see added to this list? Please reach out: hello@fringehteatre.ca 

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Fringe is a safer space for difficult conversations, including the legacies of colonialism, residential schools, and ongoing barriers and discrimination. If you need support, please reach out to the Indian Residential Schools Resolution Health Support Program 24/7 crisis line by calling 1-866-925-4419.  

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