Creating a New Way Forward: Release of TRC Findings & Recommendations

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May 25, 2015 – The Vancouver Coordinating Committee for TRC Closing Events is inviting interested members of the public to register for the upcoming event, “Creating a New Way Forward: Reflections on TRC’s Final Report and Recommendations”.

This event is taking place on Tuesday, June 2nd from 8:00–11:00 AM PST.

Location: SFU Woodwards – Djavad Mowafaghian Cinema –  149 W. Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC

Vancouverites are invited to join Survivors, Aboriginal peoples and all Canadians as the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) of Canada releases the Final Report Findings and Recommendations. The Vancouver Coordinating Committee for TRC Closing Events welcomes six panelists to the event, including TRC Honorary Witnesses and both Indigenous and non-Indigenous community leaders, to reflect on the closing of the TRC and the possibilities moving forward.

Together, people will recognize and celebrate their diverse histories and unique strengths in attempt to find a New Way Forward for Aboriginal peoples and all Canadians.

Details of the event and registration: https://vanpanel.eventbrite.ca

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Organizers are expecting seats for this event to fill up fast, so please register early.

For more information, contact:

Tegan Woo
Project Manager
Reconciliation Canada
O:  604-770-4434
M: 604-368-6332
www.reconciliationcanada.ca<http://www.reconciliationcanada.ca/>

Note: You can also watch a live broadcast of this event online at the TRC’s webcast page. Be sure to check out the four-day program, beginning Sunday, May 31, which includes the TRC report’s release on Tuesday, June 2.

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