Young man wearing a tuque is contemplating the horizon. Picture taken in Quebec, Canada, on a very warm autumn day

Justice for First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples is long overdue

The discovery of 215 children in an unmarked burial site in Kamloops has reminded us all about the horrors of the residential school system. All across Canada, First Nations, Inuit and Métis (FNIM) peoples continue to experience the devastating impacts and traumatic legacy of colonialism, violence and systemic racism.

It’s time for everyone in Canada to take an active role in reconciliation. Let federal and provincial leaders and elected representatives know that you want to see real commitments and concrete action for justice for Indigenous people and communities.

Send a letter.