On October 16th, Corporate Canada was invited for the first time to a reconciliation event to learn about Call to Action #92 from the Truth & Reconciliation Calls to Action, watch a film and learn from a panel of Indigenous business experts. It was a huge success!

Throughout November we seek meetings to discuss how this catalyst can continue to have an impact. Connect with us: 4Seasons@ReconciliationEducation.ca

Click below on the blue button to see and share the ‘Film Premiere highlight’ video (4 min.), access the photo album of the event, trailer of the film and a short video on economic certainty from Senator Murray Sinclair. Until November 30th, anyone can view & share the full length documentary (30 min.), Reconciliation on Bay St.



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October 16, premiere event - Toronto

October 16, premiere event - Toronto

Produced on the heels of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) final report, Reconciliation on Bay St. is the first film on economic reconciliation in Canada. While the TRC’s Call to Action #92 invites Corporate Canada to adopt the principles of reconciliation; Indigenous leaders pave the way forward towards concrete solutions that can help fuel economic growth and benefit the entire country. The short film features Indigenous and non-Indigenous leaders sharing their insights and a hopeful glimpse at a respectful and prosperous future. The film demonstrates that reconciliation is key to economic certainty & prosperity in Canada. Duration: 30:14 min.

Writer & Researcher: Maurice Switzer
Director & Producer: Andrée Cazabon
Cinematographer & Editor: Adam Gualtieri


Reconciliation Education is produced by Productions Cazabon an award-winning media & online publishing company in collaboration with the First Nations University of Canada.