TRC Saskatoon 2012

This is a Canadian problem’

The fourth national event of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), held in Prairieland Park, Saskatoon, was not just about the survivors. It was also about their children and grandchildren, said TRC Commissioner Mr. Justice Murray Sinclair.

Aboriginal culture heals church-inflicted wounds

Wearing his trademark cowboy hat, Terrance Assiniboine appeared at the recent survivors' hearings of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) hearings in Saskatoon to tell the audience how he came to be the man he is today.

Kairos tour for women’s rights

"I believe in faith in action," says Lucy Talgieh, one of two international delegates who came to Canada as a part of Kairos Canada's Women of Courage tour this month.
TRC commissioner Marie Wilson says well-respected honorary witnesses help teach others and spread the word. Photo: Art Babych

TRC inducts new honorary witnesses

SASKATOON - The June 22nd sessions of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's National Event here saw the induction of five new honorary witnesses, including two youth witnesses.

Fourth TRC national event opens in Saskatoon

Mr. Justice Murray Sinclair opened the fourth national event of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Prairieland Park, Saskatoon, by thanking the leaders of Treaty 6 for inviting the commission into their lands He also thanked all those, from survivors to commissioners and organizers, who have participated in the TRC's work to date.
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