The rebuilding of a stronger, more equitable foundation is taking place in Canada
Arguably, it is disingenuous to use the term reconciliation, as it implies a return to better times. In our case, the better times are ahead of us.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau signs a reconciliation stone at a National Indigenous Peoples Day celebration at Mādahòkì Farm in Ottawa on June 21. We cannot trivialize the magnitude and complexity of intergenerational issues, but we are making headway on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission calls to action, writes Jenica Atwin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade