LIVE WEBCAST for Victoria Reconciliation Dialogue #3: Newcomers to Canada and Reconciliation

You're invited to participate in the Victoria Reconciliation Dialogues, a six-part series of conversations that will enable the community to explore together what Reconciliation could look like on Lekwungen territory. 

Guided by members of Lekwungen Nations and the City Family, Mayor Lisa Helps, members of City Council and special guests, the conversations will seek to build the community’s knowledge and understanding of Reconciliation – what it is, why it is needed, and why community conversations about Reconciliation are important. 

The Victoria Reconciliation Dialogues will provide opportunities for Indigenous and non-Indigenous people to come together to share their ideas and stories, and explore how we as a community can make the culture, history and modern reality of local Indigenous Peoples become present and apparent throughout the city, and understood and valued in people’s everyday lives.

Free childminding is available up to two hours. Complimentary refreshments will be served.

To assist us with event planning, please pre-register for this free event.

Dialogue #3: Newcomers to Canada and Reconciliation

Monday, January 20, 2020, 6 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. (Doors open at 5:30)
VENUE UPDATE: Crystal Garden, 713 Douglas Street
Guided by: Carey Newman and Victoria City Councillor Sharmarke Dubow
This conversation will focus on what Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples means to newcomers to Canada, and will ask participants to consider their own responsibilities around Reconciliation. Register for Dialogue #3: Newcomers to Canada and Reconciliation 

Learn more and register to participate in the Victoria Reconciliation Dialogues that will be held in March, May and July 2020. Each conversation is webcast and archived online for viewing.


Can't make it in person? Tune into our live webcast TONIGHT (Mon Jan 20) from 6-8:30 p.m. Share your input in a short survey.