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Reconciliation Information for Newcomers

Updated: Feb 2, 2023


Reconciliation is the work of non-Indigenous people, including newcomers to Canada. With a significant part of the country's population born abroad, new Canadians can play an essential role in Reconciliation. We know that starting this journey is a personal choice, and it may feel overwhelming for an individual, especially someone new to the country; therefore, this educational guide has the objective to serve as a first step in providing Reconciliation information for newcomers.


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