Memorandum of Understanding Signing between the University of Alberta and the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation
Upon the closing of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, a National Centre was established at the University of Manitoba to continue the work of the Commission. The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation has a mandate is “to preserve the memory of Canada’s Residential School system, and its legacy, to broadly educate the public, to engage Survivors and community and to conduct new research.”
The signing of the MOU connects the University of Alberta to this national network of partner initiatives and creates increased accountability for the University Community in responding the the Calls to Action in a meaningful and respectful way, in collaboration with Survivors and broader communities.
Main Quad, North Campus, University of Alberta
This is an open event and is free to attend.
University of Alberta
Alex Decoteau Run
Each spring, students in Edmonton gather to take part in a 5 kilometer race named in honor of Alexander Wuttunee Decoteau, Canada’s first Aboriginal police officer.
To the children, Decoteau is a role model, an example of what people can accomplish with their lives. And although Decoteau’s life was a short one, almost 100 years after his death he still inspires others with his example.
Rundle Park, 2909 113 Avenue
Grade 6 Students only, registration through schools by emailing Lisa.Wolfe@edmontonpolice.ca
- Edmonton Police Foundation
- Edmonton Police Services
- Running Room
- Ever Active Schools
For more information, contact Cst. Lisa Wolfe.
RISE Book Club - “In This Together: Fifteen Stories of Truth and Reconciliation
Join us for a discussion of the second book in the RISE book club: "In This Together: Fifteen Stories of Truth and Reconciliation" edited by Danielle Metcalfe-Chenail. Everyone was invited to read and discuss the book.
On June 1, we will meet in person in the City Hall School Classroom in the 2004 Room at City Hall to talk about the book, what we've learned, and actions we can take towards reconciliation. Danielle will be joining the conversation along with other contributors from the book.
City Hall School Classroom, City Hall, 1 Sir Winston Churchill Square
Reconciliation in Solidarity Edmonton (RISE)
For more information, email RISEdm@telus.net.
Pecha Kucha Night 28
For Pecha Kucha Night 28, Edmonton’s NextGen is asking Edmontonians, “What’s your idea for building a stronger, more inclusive, and more sustainable Canada?” Ten presenters will engage, inspire, and challenge the audience with ideas on how we as a nation can grow together into the next 150 years.
Maclab Theatre, Citadel Theatre, 9828 101A Avenue
7-9pm (Pre-event reception begins at 6pm)