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National Day of Truth and Reconciliation at Beechwood

September 30
Beechwood Cemetery Foundation, 280 Beechwood Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario K1L 8A6 Canada
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Join us on September 30 2022, at the Beechwood National Memorial Center’s Sacred Space screening of the Spirit Bear and Children Make History short film. This stop-motion animation film tells the story of Spirit Bear hopping a train to Ottawa and banding together with children and animals to end injustice against First Nations children at […]

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Remember Me – A National Day of Remembrance (National Day of Truth & Reconciliation)

September 30
Parliament Hill, 111 Wellington Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A4 Canada
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A national gathering to memorialize the children that never came home from school and support Indigenous children & families affected by the Indian Residential Schools and all Indigenous child apprehension programs. 8:30 AM - Eagle Feather Ceremony 9AM  -12PM - Remember Me programming, including guest speaker Autumn Peltier, Global Indigenous Water Activist and Chief Water […]

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BIFHSGO 2022 Fall Conference

September 28 - 14:30 - October 2 - 16:30

The BIFHSGO 2022 Fall Conference, focusing on "England and Wales: at home and on the move" will be held from 28 September to 2 October 2022. You can explore English and Welsh ancestry and UK/international migration with 12 international experts giving presentations over four days. As well, there will be three Connect sessions where you […]

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CBC’s The Audience’s The Story of A National Crime at Beechwood Cemetery

September 30 - 19:00
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An event every day that begins at 19:00, happening 3 times

Beechwood Mausoleum, 280 Beechwood Ave
Ottawa, Ontario K1L 8A6 Canada
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Showings of CBC’s The Audience at Beechwood Cemetery at 7:00PM from September 28-September 30, 2022 (weather dependent). The radio show, originally aired in 1978, is a conversation between Duncan Campbell Scott and Dr. PH Bryce detailing their involvement in the residential school system and the choices they made that continue to have deep impacts in […]

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