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Hundreds gather for national reconciliation conference

 

Last updated 7/19/2016 at 3:33pm

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"The Pathways to Reconciliation" conference included more than 30 workshops, panels, and keynote speakers including Dr. Cindy Blackstock, executive director of the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada, and Chief Dr. Robert Joseph, Ambassador for Reconciliation Canada.

WINNIPEG, MB-It's been a year since the Truth and Reconciliation Final Report was released and hundreds of people gathered in Winnipeg for a conference to explore a path to reconciliation.

Called "Pathways to Reconciliation" the conference took place at the University of Winnipeg, June 15-18.

Just over a year after the Truth and Reconciliation summary report was released, hundreds of people gathered in Winnipeg for a conference to explore a pathway to reconciliation.

The national conference called "Pathways to Reconciliation" took place at the University of Winnipeg campus in downtown Winni...



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