National council would oversee Indigenous reconciliation, Liberals say in new bill – Global News

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National council would oversee Indigenous reconciliation, Liberals say in new bill – Global News

by ahnationtalk on June 23, 202229 Views

June 23, 2022

Crown-Indigenous Relations Marc Miller has tabled a bill that would create a national council for reconciliation – a recommendation the Truth and Reconciliation Commission made in 2015 and the Liberal government included in the 2019 budget.

The TRC, which investigated the history and legacy of residential schools, called for an independent, Indigenous-led council to monitor the progress of reconciliation in Canada over the long term and evaluate and report on the implementation of its 94 calls to action.

An interim board that was appointed in 2018 to advise the government on creating the council released a final report that same year, calling for the creation of a transitional committee, which was appointed in 2021.

Read More: https://globalnews.ca/news/8942784/national-council-indigenous-reconciliation-liberal-bill/

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