Section 1: Truth-Telling

Fred Kelly
Confession of a Born Again Pagan

Brian Rice and Anna Snyder
Reconciliation in the Context of a Settler Society: Healing the Legacy of Colonialism in Canada

A Condensed Timeline of Events

Tricia Logan
A Métis Perspective on Truth and Reconciliation

John Amagoalik
Reconciliation or Conciliation? An Inuit Perspective

Stan McKay
Expanding the Dialogue on Truth and Reconciliation — In a good way

Section 2: The Legacy Lives On

Beverley Jacobs and Andrea Williams
Legacy of Residential Schools: Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women

Rupert Ross
Telling Truths and Seeking Reconciliation: Exploring the Challenges

Cindy Blackstock
Reconciliation Means Not Saying Sorry Twice: Lessons from Child Welfare in Canada

Madeleine Dion Stout
A Survivor Reflects on Resilience

Section 3: Exploring Paths to Reconciliation

Jennifer Llewellyn
Bridging the Gap between Truth and Reconciliation: Restorative Justice and the Indian Residential Schools Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Robert Andrew Joseph
A Jade Door: Reconciliatory Justice as a Way Forward Citing New Zealand Experience

Bradford W. Morse
Reconciliation Possible? Reparations Essential

John Bond
Reconciliation: A non-Indigenous Australian Perspective

Debra Hocking
Reconciliation: An Indigenous Australian Perspective

Section 4: Journey of the Spirit

Garnet Angeconeb with Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm
Speaking My Truth: The Journey to Reconciliation

David Joanasie
Perspective on Reconcilation from an Inuk Youth

William Julius Mussell
Decolonizing Education: A Building Block for Reconciliation

David MacDonald
A Call to the Churches: “You shall be called repairer of the breach”

Maggie Hodgson
Reconciliation: A Spiritual Process

Marlene Brant Castellano
A Holistic Approach to Reconciliation: Insights from Research of the Aboriginal Healing Foundation

Editorial Committee and Acknowledgements

Appendix 1: Schedule “N” — Mandate for the Truth and Reconciliation Commission
Appendix 2: Schedule “J” — Commemoration Policy Directive