Truth and Reconciliation Challenge

Various Locations & Times |

DATE: Aug 15 to Sep 30

TIME: 12:00 PM - 12:00 PM

Tawâw. Neba hoɁą. Welcome and thank you for participating in the 2022 Truth and Reconciliation Challenge. This year, the challenge will be seven weeks long, beginning August 15 and leading up to the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on September 30. An important step towards reconciliation is actively participating in learning. Each week, a different topic or theme will be explored with information and activities to help guide you on your own journey of reconciliation. You'll learn about Canada's true history, local Indigenous culture and history, language, and more. You'll also receive access to exclusive events!

At the end of the seven weeks, you'll receive a certificate of completion in recognition of your commitment to reconciliation. Reconciliation is a lifelong commitment and it's important to continue taking action. Keep following along for other ways to practice reconciliation.

Stay tuned each week for information, activities, and even events that will guide and enrich your personal journey of reconciliation. Take part in the conversation, as we all learn together. Remember – this is a safe place for everybody, so keep your comments respectful and appropriate.

  1. Start by signing the Personal Commitment of Reconciliation and share on social media.
  2. Sign up for the newsletter, and take part in weekly forums, discussions and special events on our Participate Page.
  3. Then discover new topics each week below.
Truth and Reconciliation Challenge Week 1
Truth and Reconciliation Challenge Week 2
Truth and Reconciliation Challenge Week 3

Follow the challenge on the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo website for all details, updates, and links eventbrite to register.