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Durham honours residential school survivors for the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation


DURHAM: The Region of Durham will observe the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, at a march to honour residential school survivors, on September 22nd, at 10 a.m.

The march will begin at the Pathway to Reconciliation Crosswalk, located near the south entrance of Durham Regional Headquarters, in Whitby, and continue along Rossland Road to Fallingbrook Park before returning to Durham Regional Headquarters. The march is expected to take two hours.

Committing to reconciliation involves creating genuine and meaningful relationships with Indigenous communities. Only when we take steps to embrace reconciliation in our hearts, minds and actions can we truly create spaces for healing and understanding.

Event details and National Day for Truth and Reconciliation information can be found at durham.ca/reconciliation.

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