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As we begin our journey to restore balanced relationships with Indigenous Peoples, we can take the bold step to commit ourselves to the reconciliation process. By taking a pledge of reconciliation, we can demonstrate our support for this process. Please take the pledge and then let people know you have taken the pledge via Twitter using the hashtag #PayhoninPledge

Pledge of Reconciliation

I [the above named], in the spirit of reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples, solemnly pledge to:

  1. Learn more about Indigenous Peoples, their experiences and their history;
  2. Actively support positive change in our relations in St. Albert;
  3. Examine colonial structures in our institutions that limit the full participation of Indigenous Peoples;
  4. Look for ways, both personally and professionally, to implement Truth and Reconciliation Commission calls to action;
  5. Find ways to address the Indigenous-related myths and misconceptions with my fellow Canadians;
  6. Not perpetuate stereotypes in my conversations or observations; and
  7. Encourage others around me to keep reconciliation an ongoing effort.

An email address is only required if you would like to receive a copy of your submission.

Note: Before pressing submit, please review the FOIP statement at the bottom of this page.

This personal information is being collected under the authority of Section 33 (c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, R.S.A., 2000 and will be used to include your name, for up to five years, on a confidential list of all those who have taken the pledge, for the City’s private use. It will be treated in accordance with the privacy protection provisions of Part 2 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. If you have any questions about the collection, contact the Chair of the Payhonin Reconciliation St. Albert working circle at 780-459-1500.

Last edited: April 8, 2019

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