The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation every September 30 is a federal statutory holiday which calls on Canadians to honour the stolen children and survivors of residential schools, their families, and communities.
The TAPA office will be closed to mark this important date, both virtually and in-person, as the TAPA team uses this day to reflect, learn, and take action.
TAPA recognizes that the journey towards reconciliation is ongoing. Along with embarking on our new strategic plan, the TAPA team is committed to reconciliation work internally and we are undertaking the 12-week Indigenous Canada course offered by The University of Alberta.
Please see below for a link to the Indigenous Canada course, along with more resources that the TAPA team will use to facilitate our ongoing education and reflection. We encourage you to share these resources as well with your teams, networks, colleagues, friends and families. We have also included several event links that feature Indigenous presentations, performances and workshops.