How to participate and learn about truth and reconciliation
September 30 is National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and Orange Shirt Day. It is an important day to acknowledge and honour the generational and inter-generational survivors of residential schools and those who did not make it home.
This provides the NAIT community with an opportunity to:
- nitohtamowin (listen)
- kiskêyihtamowin (learn)
- nisitohtamowin (understand)
- mêskwacipaŷin (change)
NAIT will observe the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation with a series of online and in-person events and workshops in September and October. A formal flag-lowering ceremony will be held on September 29.
Leading up to Orange Shirt Day, we encourage everyone to wear an orange shirt throughout the week of September 25 to show our shared commitment toward truth and reconciliation.
See events and activities, workshops and ways to participate in September and October