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Make a reconciliation pledge

Between Monday, September 27 and Thursday, September 30, you are encouraged to reflect on and share pledges of commitment to Truth and Reconciliation.

Online

You can join the conversation by sharing your pledge, testimonial or commitment to reconciliation on social media.

Specially-designed social media graphics are available to use when posting about Orange Shirt Day online.

In-person

Students and employees can pledge their commitment to reconciliation in writing. Reconciliation pledge booths will be available to provide the campus community with an opportunity to share their pledges on orange paper t-shirt cut outs, which will then be displayed in various campus locations.

Representatives from the First Peoples Indigenous Centre will be available at the pledge booths to answer questions and speak to the significance of Orange Shirt Day and the importance of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.

When

Monday, September 27 to Wednesday, September 29 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Where

  • The Pit
  • Whitby campus, Main Building, across from the Cafeteria.

Watch the video below to see pledges from DC leadership.