This webinar series is of interest to individuals looking to continue or activate their journey to reconciliation. We invite changemakers working in the nonprofit sector to learn and remember; understand and acknowledge; participate and act as we cultivate spaces of dialogue and experience sharing.

82% of Canadians feel they have a role to play in the reconciliation process (The Environics Institute), and at this particular moment in time where, after six generations, reconciliation is possible. It is essential that the nonprofit sector work alongside Indigenous peoples to develop our collective path.

The Circle is excited to launch the third round of our Journey to Reconciliation Webinar Series with:

150 Acts of Reconciliation: Diving Deeper

September 21, 2017 | 12:00-1:00 PM (EDT)

Join The Circle’s Kris Archie as she sits in conversation with Crystal Fraser and Sara Komarnisky, co-authors of 150 Acts of Reconciliation for the Last 150 Days of Canada 2017. As we approach the close of 2017 – the year of Canada’s 150th birthday – there have been robust discussions around reconciliation. As individuals working in a sector dedicated to achieving positive impact, what actions can we take to better understand our role in contributing this collective path?

In this dynamic webinar, you will:

  • Go beyond the tagline: understand the fundamental complexities of what reconciliation means
  • Understand the 150 Acts of Reconciliation and apply them to the  nonprofit sector
  • Identify parallels in social justice movements as we begin to understand the impact of colonization in Canada
  • Identify what work remains and how to keep moving forward through dialogue and practice

Click here to download The Journey to Reconciliation Reflection Package. These reflection exercises are designed to enhance your learning experience.

*Participation in the Reflection Package is optional.

By panelist request, this webinar will be a LIVE broadcast only. 

Meet the presenters…

*The Circle is dedicated to being an ally as you engage and work in reconciliation, we invite you to email us your questions, reflections or comments along your journey: