Government quietly tabled plan with new deadlines for water at a committee
Truth and Reconciliation, Five Years Later
It’s been five years since the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada released its report, outlining 94 calls to action to advance reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples across the country.
Half a decade later, how has Canada measured up on its promise to implement these calls to action? What progress has been made, and where have we fallen short?
On a special edition of InFocus, all three Truth and Reconciliation commissioners came together for the first time since the report was released in 2015.
Explore past stories on the TRC below.
Ontario is challenging a 2018 lower court finding that the Crown has a ‘mandatory and reviewable’ duty to raise treaty annuity
Department refuses to set new deadline for lifting water advisories
Canada sending ‘mixed messages’ on Jordan’s Principle as advocacy groups get set for showdown in court
Organizations are ready for court battle over rights of non-status First Nations kids
Sen. Mary Jane McCallum in December introduced a motion calling for Beyak’s expulsion
Residential school deniers, white supremacists biggest barrier to reconciliation says Murray Sinclair
Outgoing Independent senator says there needs to be a paradigm shift away from colonial thinking of the past
Despite promise of reconciliation, Trudeau spent nearly $100M fighting First Nations in court during first years in power
Liberals spent more than Stephen Harper’s government over similar three-year time periods
The leader of the Conservative Party refuses interview requests from APTN News to respond to comments
Five years to the day the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) issued its final report,…