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Days 1-3 will feature an hour’s worth of programming broken down into 10-20 minute episodes. These will be pre-recorded videos that educators are welcome to screen at a time that suits their class schedule. Following the program episodes will be an hour long live question and answer session everyday at 12:00 pm ET. Some days feature will feature bonus live sessions — stay tuned for more information. Day 4, Gidinawendimin – We Are All Related, will have a running time of approximately 2 hours and will stream live for all those who cannot attend in person.

All programming will be available in English, French, and ASL and there are dedicated live sessions in French everyday and in Inuktitut on Day 3. For the general public, sessions will be available dubbed in French on Youtube after 24 hours.

No. We invite all to participate in this event. Please register via the general admission ticket.

This year the Truth and Reconciliation Week program consists of pre-recorded episodes, each between 10 and 20 minutes long. The intention is for teachers to screen these episodes in the morning at their convenience. Everyday there will be a live Q and A session at 12:00 pm ET in English, French and ASL. On Wednesday – Day 3, the live Q and A will also be in Inuktitut.

Day 1: Grades 1-5

Day 2: Grades 6-8
Day 3: Grades 9-12
Day 4: Grades 7-12
Day 5: All ages

Teachers and educators must register for Truth and Reconciliation Week on the Hubilo platform. Access to the program episodes and the live sessions is exclusively through Hubilo.

To learn more about how to register, watch this video for a demonstration — select your ticket category, enter your email address, and proceed to the registration form.

English how-to video
French how-to video

The programming from Days 1-3 will be shared on our YouTube channel the following day after it airs in schools.

Day 4 will stream live on our Facebook page. Following the event, the video will be shared on our social platforms and website for those who were unable to join virtually.

Day 5 features a national broadcast, Remembering the Children, that will air live at 1:00 pm ET on all APTN channels and other national broadcast channels. Everyone is encouraged to tune in to the program.

This year’s program will consist of pre-recorded episodes that become available as of 7:00 am so you can screen them for your students at a time that suits your schedule. The only live component is a daily Q&A session in the afternoon.

There are many community events that will take place on September 30 – the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Visit our events page for a selection of events put on in partnership with the NCTR.

Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter and use the hashtags #TRWeek and #OrangeShirtDay.

Lastly, everyone is encouraged to wear orange on September 30 in honour of Orange Shirt Day.

For more information on our partners, supporters and sponsors, please visit our Sponsor page.

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NCTR’s spirit name – bezhig miigwan, meaning “one feather”.

Bezhig miigwan calls upon us to see each Survivor coming to the NCTR as a single eagle feather and to show those Survivors the same respect and attention an eagle feather deserves. It also teaches we are all in this together — we are all one, connected, and it is vital to work together to achieve reconciliation.