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Walk for Reconciliation

All ages, Free, with optional fundraising

The walk brings people from all Canada’s cultures together to show a shared commitment to reconciliation. Let's get past apologies and politics and money, and move forward — together.

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Date and time

September 22 2013, 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

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Location

Queen Elizabeth Plaza to Creekside Park

Vancouver

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Walk with us to build better relationships among Aboriginal peoples and all Canadians

This is the finale event of Reconciliation Week Vancouver 2013!

Join the City of Vancouver and Reconciliation Canada to support the process of healing and make a difference. It’s going to be a fun and meaningful day — and a historic moment for a great cause.

This will be an inclusive, inspiring and family-friendly event! Gather your friends, family, and coworkers, and simply come to the walk.

Along the 4 km walk, enjoy live entertainment, stories of reconciliation, and multicultural song and dance. The New Way Forward celebration awaits you at the finish, with multicultural food options.

If you're challenged to finish the 4 km, walk the shorter 2 km route instead.

Volunteer opportunities

Are you interested in getting involved with Reconciliation Canada? Be part of an initiative that will bring together people from diverse communities. Sign up to be a volunteer:

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In partnership with Reconciliation Canada, the City supported a Year of Reconciliation by acknowledging the negative cultural impacts and stereotypes that resulted from Canada’s residential school system.

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