“Starting now, we all have an opportunity to show leadership, courage and conviction in helping heal the wounds of the past as we make a path towards a more just, fair and more loving country" - Justice Murray Sinclair

Reconciliation Regina

Background

Since the June, 2015 release of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) 94 Calls to Action, many local organizations and individuals have been working towards meeting the actions directed. In 2016, Regina City Council unanimously approved a Referral Motion moved by Mayor Fougere to honour, acknowledge, accept responsibility and participate in actions to address the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada 94 Calls to Action.

The City of Regina partnered with the Office of the Treaty Commissioner and many community leaders and organizations to develop a broader community response to the Calls to Action. This led to the creation of Reconciliation Regina, the beginning of our community-led reconciliation journey now comprised of over 85 community organizations (Community Champions) - working towards the fulfillment of the Calls to Action and actions that may not directly respond to the TRC Calls to Action but have still helped increase understanding and respect towards Indigenous peoples and culture in our community.

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🌟 Exciting news! 🌟 Reconciliation Regina and the @regina_public_library are partnering to bring you Decolonize YQR, a speaker workshop exploring colonization's impacts and ways to decolonize our hearts, minds, and community. 

🎉 Join us on May 23 at 7:00 pm for a special Zoom presentation featuring @chelazonleroux from Canada’s Drag Race. Chelazon will share their story as an Indigenous two-spirited individual and drag queen on the prairies. 🏳️‍🌈🪶

👉 Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to learn about Indigenous culture and perspectives!

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🌟 Exciting news! 🌟 Reconciliation Regina and the @regina_public_library are partnering to bring you Decolonize YQR, a speaker workshop exploring colonization`s impacts and ways to decolonize our hearts, minds, and community.

🎉 Join us on May 23 at 7:00 pm for a special Zoom presentation featuring @chelazonleroux from Canada’s Drag Race. Chelazon will share their story as an Indigenous two-spirited individual and drag queen on the prairies. 🏳️‍🌈🪶

👉 Don`t miss out on this unique opportunity to learn about Indigenous culture and perspectives!

No cost to participate.
Register now at the link in our bio. 📲

@lavenderpromo
#ReconciliationRegina #DecolonizeYQR #IndigenousPerspectives #TwoSpiritCommunity #DragQueen #VirtualEvent #ZoomPresentation #reconciliationyqr #canadasdragrace #chelazonleroux #regina #prairies #saskatchewan #contentcreator #multimediaartist #reginapubliclibrary #queencity #truthandreconciliation #indigenousculture #drag #dragrace #dragracecanada #nonprofitorganization #indigenous
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Reconciliation Regina has partnered with the Regina Public Library to host the Reconciliation Through Language Learning.

A beginner language program series aimed at revitalizing Treaty Four territory’s Indigenous languages that were lost through Residential Schools. 

The languages in the series include; Saulteaux, Cree, Nakoda, Dakota & Lakota, and Michif. 

The schedule will be as follows:
Beginner Dakota Classes with Maureen Yuzicappi: March 28 to May 30, 2023 – Every Tuesday from 7-8pm
** Dates are subject to change ** 

The programming will be offered remotely through Zoom.

There is no cost to participate.

Register here: https://reconciliationregina.com/language-class-registration
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#reconciliation #reginapubliclibrary #reconciliationregina 
For more information visit: https://reconciliationregina.com/reconciliationthroughlanguage/

Reconciliation Regina has partnered with the Regina Public Library to host the Reconciliation Through Language Learning.

A beginner language program series aimed at revitalizing Treaty Four territory’s Indigenous languages that were lost through Residential Schools.

The languages in the series include; Saulteaux, Cree, Nakoda, Dakota & Lakota, and Michif.

The schedule will be as follows:
Beginner Dakota Classes with Maureen Yuzicappi: March 28 to May 30, 2023 – Every Tuesday from 7-8pm
** Dates are subject to change **

The programming will be offered remotely through Zoom.

There is no cost to participate.

Register here: https://reconciliationregina.com/language-class-registration
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@reginapubliclibrary
#reconciliation #reginapubliclibrary #reconciliationregina
For more information visit: https://reconciliationregina.com/reconciliationthroughlanguage/
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How to Implement TRC’s Calls to Action with Roy Pogorzelski

Reconciliation Regina has partnered with the Regina Public Library to host the Decolonize YQR, a speaker workshop series will take participants through a journey of self-reflection and will explore the history and impacts of colonization and ways we can decolonize our hearts, minds, and community.

Join us on April 18th at 7pm as Roy guides participants through how they can implement Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action and develop their own Reconciliation Implementation Plans.
The programming will be offered remotely through Zoom.
There is no cost to participate.

Register here: How to Implement TRC’s Calls to Action with Roy Pogorzelski | Reconciliation Regina
https://reconciliationregina.com/calls-to-action-with-roy-pogorzelski-registration/

For more information visit: https://reconciliationregina.com/decolonize-yqr/
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#reconciliation #reconciliationregina #decolonizeyqr

How to Implement TRC’s Calls to Action with Roy Pogorzelski

Reconciliation Regina has partnered with the Regina Public Library to host the Decolonize YQR, a speaker workshop series will take participants through a journey of self-reflection and will explore the history and impacts of colonization and ways we can decolonize our hearts, minds, and community.

Join us on April 18th at 7pm as Roy guides participants through how they can implement Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action and develop their own Reconciliation Implementation Plans.
The programming will be offered remotely through Zoom.
There is no cost to participate.

Register here: How to Implement TRC’s Calls to Action with Roy Pogorzelski | Reconciliation Regina
https://reconciliationregina.com/calls-to-action-with-roy-pogorzelski-registration/

For more information visit: https://reconciliationregina.com/decolonize-yqr/
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#reconciliation #reconciliationregina #decolonizeyqr
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Not too late to register!

Visit https://reconciliationregina.com/reconciliationthroughlanguage/

Not too late to register!

Visit https://reconciliationregina.com/reconciliationthroughlanguage/
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Complete this 10-minute community engagement survey and help Reconciliation Regina serve you better. 

Upon completion you'll be entered to win 1 of 4 $250 VISA gift cards. Draw will be made on November 10th. 

Click here for survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HMDRWCF

For more information, visit: https://reconciliationregina.com/community-action-planning/

Complete this 10-minute community engagement survey and help Reconciliation Regina serve you better.

Upon completion you`ll be entered to win 1 of 4 $250 VISA gift cards. Draw will be made on November 10th.

Click here for survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HMDRWCF

For more information, visit: https://reconciliationregina.com/community-action-planning/
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As we look upon our logo we recognize each individual symbol standing for a sign of reconciliation. #indigenous #truthandreconciliation #reconciliationregina #TRC #NationalIndigenousHistoryMonth

As we look upon our logo we recognize each individual symbol standing for a sign of reconciliation. #indigenous #truthandreconciliation #reconciliationregina #TRC #NationalIndigenousHistoryMonth ...

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"On behalf of the Reconciliation Regina Council, we are pleased to submit a draft of the Community Action Plan for review.

The Community Action Plan furthers our commitment to do more than just talk about reconciliation; but also to learn how to practice reconciliation every day - both within ourselves and in our daily interactions with others."

- Gillis Lavalley, Chair, Reconciliation Regina

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