Truth & Reconciliation: Today, and Everyday
JDS simply would not be where we are today without the partnerships we have forged with Indigenous communities, since our founding in 2004.
In recognition of Canada’s National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, our team is committed to listening, acknowledging and reflecting on the intergenerational impact caused by the residential school system.
Knowledge is change
At JDS, we recognize the importance of taking action to support in the sharing of Traditional Knowledge and its integral role in responsible mine planning, closure, reclamation and proactive community engagement.
Today, and everyday, we encourage anyone reading this post to consider what they can do to foster truth reconciliation in their community.
For more information, please visit:
- Nation Centre for Truth and Reconciliation
- How you can recognize National Day for Truth & Reconciliation
- Truth and Reconciliation week events
- Reconciliation Canada
- 94 Calls to Action – Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada
- Indigenous Canada – Course
- Residential School History
- Witness Blanket Project
- Residential Schools in Canada – A Timeline (Video)
- Shi-shi-etko (Video)
- Orange Shirt Day
- Residential Schools Podcast Series