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module 9

 
 
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Restitution: 

In the final module, we will continue our exploration on the findings of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, while learning what the implementation of reconciliation in our workplace might evolve into.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Identify what reconciliation is and the expressions it may take.

  • Examine the possible steps one may take to be a part of the reconciliation movement.

  • Describe the key elements from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission report.

  • Identify meaningful ways to incorporate reconciliation in the workplace.

 

Video:

500 years with Sol Sanderson

View the following video (12:51 mins) before proceeding to the unit readings. 


Slideshow:

Restitution in Canada

View the following slides before proceeding to the Final Test. 

To get a printable PDF version of these slides, use the download link below. 


Video:

Connection to the Land

In an extraordinary display of resilience, a group of spiritual Elders out on the land, teach students at the First Nations University of Canada the role of Indigenous knowledge systems.These Residential School Survivors shine a light on a future where Indigenous knowledge may be called upon to assist humanity.

Filmed in the fields and forests of First Nations lands across Canada, Asonamatowin was envisioned and directed by the Elder's Circle of the First Nations University of Canada with participation from students.


 
 

Final Quiz