Walk for Reconciliation

The South East Sport, Culture & Recreation District is pleased to launch the 2022 Walk for Reconciliation. This guide aims to provide sport, culture and recreation groups the information and resources needed to host a reconciliation walking event.

 

Walk in the spirit of reconciliation! Reconciliation events in your community serve an essential role in raising awareness and demonstrating community support for reconciliation. We invite you to participate by organizing a reconciliation walk in your community!

 

 

 

 

 

Walk for Reconciliation:

 

     

  • is for any south east sport, culture or recreation group or community wanting to take action in promoting or engaging in reconciliation.
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  • is a way to participate in Orange Shirt Day or National Indigenous Peoples Day.
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  • is a way to acknowledge and honour the land and the Treaties, as well as Indigenous history.
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  • helps to build capacity for intercultural understanding, empathy, and mutual respect.
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  • is an opportunity to work with community partners, Indigenous communities and organizations to learn and build.
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  • can happen anytime; or can be held in June in conjunction with Indigenous Peoples Day (June 21), or in September {Orange Shirt Day/National Day for Truth & Reconciliation on September 30}.
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The 2022 Walk for Reconciliation grant is now closed.

 

Walk for Reconciliation Guide