We Are All Treaty People

Reconciliation Saskatoon is a community of organizations, non-profits, businesses, faith-communities and partners who have come together to initiate a citywide conversation about reconciliation and provide opportunities for everyone to engage in Calls to Action. 

We invite others to participate in Reconciliation activities leading up to and including National Indigenous Peoples Day Day and for Orange Shirt Day (National Day for Truth and Reconciliation) the Rock Your Roots: Walk for Reconciliation as a means of learning about reconciliation and expanding the network of people committing to their own Call to Action.

These activities offer Saskatoon residents the opportunity to learn, in a safe environment, about the residential schools, their ongoing legacy today, and also the incredible resilience and strength of Saskatchewan’s Indigenous community. We invite you to Show Up to events in your community as a first step to Reconciliation. All are welcome!

The OTC’s work with Reconciliation Saskatoon forms part of its work to create a provincial movement for reconciliation: Reconciliation Saskatchewan. Other communities and organisations are getting on board. Where will you start?

Reconciliation Saskatoon’s agreed-upon objectives and principles can be found here.

Learn more about the Reconciliation Logo, created to be used by reconciliation groups across the province.