National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is a new federal holiday to be observed on September 30 each year. This holiday will commemorate the tragic legacy of residential schools in Canada, acknowledging the harm done to Indigenous Peoples. This is a day to reflect and honour survivors, ensuring they are never forgotten.
Although Centre for Skills remains open on this day, there are many ways we will partake in the commemoration of this day and show our support. We invite you to join us as we mark the First Annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.