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Watch the film: 'Reconciliation on Bay St.' 

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 finding 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

'Reconciliation on Bay St.' 

Reconciliation in the workplace & economic reconciliation:

Watch the full documentary film, Reconciliation on Bay St. (30:00 min.) here below and learn about economic reconciliation and Calls to Action that relate to the workplace. The short film features Indigenous and non-Indigenous leaders sharing their insights and a hopeful glimpse at a respectful and prosperous future.

Duration: 30:00 min.

 
 
 

In every module, at the bottom of the page, we will suggest bonus viewing videos from your ‘Bonus Learning’ library. Questions in the final quiz will not pertain to these bonus sections and these videos can be watched throughout this unit, or you may choose to view them at your leisure, after completing the 10 modules. Every season, more videos are being added to your bonus learning section.

 


Bonus Viewing:

Ten years after the making of ‘3rd World Canada’ Productions Cazabon returned to the remote fly-in community of Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug to film short education videos for the classroom and for learners of all ages with the First Nations, Métis & Inuit Education Association of Ontario.

Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug - short video series

Each video is 3 to 7 min. in length.

This 10-video series was co-created with the community’s Indigenous educators and highlight themes and content that the community wanted to share with classrooms as well as for the education of their own children. The series was created in English and in some sections in Oji-cree for the northern communities in Ontario and Manitoba. The series was also translated in French.

You can access the full series in the ‘BONUS LEARNING’ section in English and in French.