I want to become a community champion
Reconciliation Regina Community Champions
Reconciliation Regina, initiated by Mayor Fougere’s Council Motion in the spring of 2016, is co-facilitated by the City of Regina (Regina) and the Office of the Treaty Commissioner (OTC). The group now consists of over 85 Community Champions, including local organizations, community leaders, educators, Elders/Knowledge Keepers, newcomers, survivors, cultural and arts groups, governments, youth, business, faith groups and individuals. All partners are committed to working in partnership towards a strengthened, healthy, vibrant and inclusive community and future.
Become a Reconciliation Regina Community Champion
Meaningful reconciliation engages the people within our communities in truth sharing, learning about Canada’s history of colonization, thinking creatively about our future provides opportunities for change and to make a difference. Becoming a member is free and by making a commitment to join us on our shared journey of truth and reconciliation, Reconciliation Regina and our Community Champions are creating awareness and opportunities for:
- Information Sharing
- Training & Professional Development
- Policy Changes
- And so much more…
Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada:
“…reconciliation is about establishing and maintaining a mutually respectful relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in this country. In order for that to happen, there has to be awareness of the past, acknowledgment of the harm that has been inflicted, atonement for the causes, and action to change behavior”.