What’s Truth? What’s Reconciliation?
June 10
KPU - Langley

The history of the Aboriginal Peoples of Canada is rich and diverse.  Sadly, it is also fraught with the pain of abuse inflicted on Indigenous peoples through the Indian residential school system, and the harmful legacy of those institutions. Over the past few years, gestures and expressions of reconciliation have been happening across Canada.

This event has been organized to continue the efforts of reconciliation with our Aboriginal brother and sisters and is hosted by the BC Coordinating Council of Public Affairs of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in cooperation with the Surrey and Abbotsford Interfaith Councils.

FEATURING: Dr John Borrows, Professor Canada Research, Chair in Indigenous Law, UVic and Isabel Jackson, Co-founder of the Aboriginal Lawyers Foundation of Canada Bar Association of BC. The event is free and takes place June 10, 2-4pm in the West Auditorium 1270 of Kwantlen Polytechnic University, 20901 Langley Bypass.

More information at the What's Truth? What's Reconciliation? website.