This Friday (September 30th) is the 9th annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, which will be taking place at the Stampede Grounds.
Before then, an Every Child Matters flag will be raised on the City’s flagpole at 8:00am. Once that has completed, the events will begin.
From 8:00am-11:30am, there will be a free pancake breakfast for the first 800 people, with entertainment as well. After the breakfast, there will be the first heat for the Indian Relay Races, which begins at 11:30.
At 12:00pm, lunch trucks will be open for people, followed by drummers at 1:00pm, a Blessing and smudge, and dignitary speeches at 1:30pm.
Time for elders and survivors will also be taking place at 2:30pm with the last heat for the Indian Relay Races at 3:30pm.
Everybody is welcome to take part in the events for National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
For more information on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, you can visit the Orange Shirt Day website here.