BILL NO. 78
2nd Session, 63rd General Assembly
67 Elizabeth II, 2018
Private Member's Bill
Truth and Reconciliation Commitment Act
Truro–Bible Hill–Millbrook–Salmon River
First Reading: October 2, 2018
AND WHEREAS the Report included Calls to Action based on the Commission's examination of the residential school system for Aboriginal children and its finding that the system "was an education system in name only for much of its existence";
AND WHEREAS reconciliation is an ongoing process of establishing and maintaining respectful relationships that must be embraced by governments at all levels, and that relies on education as an important component of the process;
2 The Province is committed to implementing the Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada as set out in the Commission's Final Report, "Honouring the Truth, Reconciling for the Future".
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