What Does National Truth and Reconciliation Day Mean to You? – FNHA

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What Does National Truth and Reconciliation Day Mean to You? – FNHA

by ahnationtalk on September 23, 202279 Views

Sep 22, 2022

​We want to hear from you, your community and your family about reconciliation​

The First Nations Health Authority (FNHA) is honoring the second annual National Truth and Reconciliation Day on Sept. 30, 2022.

Each year on Sept. 30 we take the opportunity to reflect on what we can continue to do as individuals, communities and an organization to advance reconciliation together. It is an opportunity to share our ongoing commitment to learning and deepening our understanding of our shared history for continued healing and moving forward in a good way.

It is also a time to honour the survivors, their families, and their communities and to remember those who didn’t make it home. We know every child matters.

For this year’s National Truth and Reconciliation Day we at the FNHA want to hear from you, your community and your friends and family about what Sept. 30 and reconciliation means to you! Why do you wear orange on Sept. 30?

Read More: https://www.fnha.ca/about/news-and-events/news/what-does-national-truth-and-reconciliation-day-mean-to-you

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