Schools host online discussions, workshops, ceremonies in honour of NDTR

Several schools in the K-12 and postsecondary sectors held online workshops and released free resources in addition to hosting events on and near campus to commemorate the National Day of Truth & Reconciliation. New Brunswick College of Craft and Design, the Manitoba Institute of Trades & Technology, St Mary’s University, Langara College, and other institutions have each shared online resources such as the Elder in the Making videos, the Wabanaki Collection, CBC’s Beyond 94 progress monitor website, and links to reports and texts related to residential schools. Others, such as Maskwacis Cultural College and York University shared live streams and recordings of talks held on campus. At schools from the Qualicum School District, Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board, the Algoma District School Board, St Albert and Sturgeon County, and more, students and staff also wore orange shirts to commemorate Orange Shirt Day.

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