The Victoria Reconciliation Dialogues is a conversation series that invites the community to take part in reconciliation on Lekwungen territory. The seven-part series seeks to build the communities knowledge and understanding of reconciliation.
The City Family and special guests guide these dialogues.
The Victoria Reconciliation Dialogues are an opportunity for Indigenous and non-Indigenous people to share their ideas and stories. They are a chance to explore how this community can make the culture and history of Indigenous Peoples present throughout the city. These conversations take a variety of forms, including storytelling and discussions.
The series began on September 30, 2019. Due to COVID-19, the series was placed on hold until the Dialogues could be held in-person once again in 2022.
The Victoria Reconciliation Dialogues build on the City’s Witness Reconciliation Program.
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In 2019, the series received $10,000 in funding from the Ministry of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation’s Urban Communities Partnering for Reconciliation pilot program. The Union of BC Municipalities facilitates the pilot program.