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Indigenous Relations Division

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Next Steps

The 2016 declaration for the Year of Reconciliation is just the first step for the City of Winnipeg’s Journey to Reconciliation. This past year has provided us with the opportunity to offer increased opportunities for education for our staff to learn and understand more in terms of what Reconciliation means.

We have explored what other municipalities are doing and engaged in conversations with various stakeholders, including Indigenous community members, organizations, and other bodies of Government.

We have initiated conversations and discussions with partners to

A longer term plan is currently being developed that will guide the City of Winnipeg’s Journey to Reconciliation.

Last update: April 18, 2017
Did you Know?
Winnipeg derives its name from the Cree word of 'win' for muddy and 'nippee' for water. An Indigenous trading centre prior to the arrival of the Europeans, Winnipeg was at the heart of the country's fur trade and instrumental in developing Canada's gateway to the west.