Yes, I am interested in learning more about the ‘Economic Reconciliation Campus Tour’:

A national campus tour of the documentary film ‘Reconciliation on Bay St.’ accompanied by an  Indigenous Business Leaders panel is in development for 2019. We are gaging the potential interest of colleges and universities that would consider hosting a tour stop. Interested in learning more about this initiative?

Fill out the form and watch short preview videos below to learn more:

 
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Yes, I am interested in learning more about the ‘Economic Reconciliation Campus Tour’. Please add me to your list of interested campus for the 2019 tour:

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Watch Short Videos to Learn More:

  •  Preview the trailer of the film.  

  • Preview the reconciliation resources currently available for the classroom as well as for professional development in the workplace. 

  • View the highlights of the October 16th film premiere on Bay Street.  

  • Watch a short clip on economic certainty from Senator Murray Sinclair. 

 
 

Watch the trailer of the film that will be toured (4:09 min.) The full length film is 30-minutes (request to see it).

You can click on the 4 arrows square icon on the bottom right for full screen view.

 

 

Preview the reconciliation resources currently available for the classroom as well as professional development for the workplace. (2:25 min.)

 

 

View the highlights of the October 16th film premiere on Bay Street. After the success of the premiere, the idea of a campus tour was initiated. (4 min.)

Watch a short clip on economic certainty from Senator Murray Sinclair. (1:44 min.)


 
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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 film demonstrates that reconciliation is key to economic certainty & prosperity in Canada.

 
 
 

 

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

 

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