Truth and Reconciliation Day -Virtual Movie Showing

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Program Type:

Community connection

Age Group:

Adults , Everyone
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Program Description


This is an online event.

The National Truth and Reconciliation Day was created to recognize and reflect on the residential schools and their lasting scars on the indigenous communities of Canada. From the 1870s to 1997 over 150,000 First Nations, Inuit and Metis children were forced to attend. The Cornwall Public Library and Centre de santé communautaire de l'Estrie would like to commemorate this day, and provide an event for the Cornwall community to reflect on the past. 

We will be showing the below listed short films and a longer movie that anyone can view provided by the National Film Board of Canada. The films will be available to view all day on September 30th.

Short Films Links:


As I am ~ Comme je suis Directed by Nadia Myre
As I am



Mobilize ~ Mobiliser Directed by Caroline Monnet



Movie Links: 


Birth of a Family ~ Naissance d'une famille [Birth of a Family with French subtitles] Directed by Tasha Hubbard
Birth of a Family



Other Local Events

Akwesasne Orange Shirt Day Events

Suffer the Little Children: Tamara Starblanket


Mental Health Resources: 

First Nation Health Authorities 

Government of Canada Residential Schools Health Support