Treaties, reconciliation and Indigenous history in Canada

A live, interactive roundtable of Indigenous community leaders, educators and advocates.

How well do Canadians know Indigenous history? What role did treaties play in forming our country? Are the stories told through truth and reconciliation changing our understanding of Canadian history?

Watch the live, interactive roundtable of Indigenous community leaders, educators, and advocates. 

​Also available in French.

Moderated by award-winning journalist Duncan McCue, host of Cross Country Checkup on CBC Radio.

Panelists

Ry Moran
Director, National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR)

​Cynthia Wesley-Eskuimaux
Indigenous Chair on Truth and Reconciliation, Lakehead University

​Eldon Yellowhorn
Archeologist, Chair of First Nations Studies, Simon Fraser University

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