NCTR News Archive
A reminder of the responsibility we have
June 14, 2021 —
We cannot say we support Truth and Reconciliation without a commitment to learn the truth.
Faculty of Architecture
IDPSA releases statement on the tragic discovery on Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation
June 2, 2021 —
Indigenous Design and Planning Student Association released the following statement on the tragic discovery reported this past week in Kamloops, BC.
Support for students
May 31, 2021 —
Following the devastating discovery of the remains of 215 children at the site of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School on Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc lands – supports for students are available
UM lowers flag to honour children of Kamloops Indian Residential School
May 30, 2021 —
UM lowered its flag over the Administration Building to honour the children whose remains were discovered on the grounds of the Kamloops Indian Residential School
NCTR launches a new website and archive database – nctr.ca
March 29, 2021 —
Multiple resources for all of Canada to learn and create educational programs and reconciliation initiatives
UM and NCTR congratulate Ry Moran on new position
June 24, 2020 —
Ry Moran has been appointed as the inaugural associate university librarian – reconciliation at the University of Victoria.
Faculty of Arts
Perry named CHRR Director
June 15, 2020 —
Historian Dr. Adele Perry has been appointed director of the Centre for Human Rights Research (CHRR) effective July 1, 2020. She takes over from founding director and law professor Karen Busby.
President Barnard’s message on Orange Shirt Day
September 26, 2019 —
Our University is committed to and engaged in the process of advancing reconciliation – a journey that is progressing, but far from over
CBC: National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation archives added to UNESCO world register
September 12, 2019 —
Residential school archives 1 of 3 collections added to the Canada Memory of the World Register
Wpg Free Press: U of M offers first human rights program
September 10, 2019 —
Winnipeg’s role as a civil liberties hub has expanded, with the launch of Canada’s first interdisciplinary master of human rights program