Truth and Reconciliation Projects

The BC Archives includes a number of guides to assist researchers studying particular subject areas. An online reference guide dedicated to helping those researching the history of Residential Schools in British Columbia is in development.

The Indian Residential Schools Program, which ran from roughly 1880 to 1996, is a tragedy in Canadian history. This Learning Portal pathway is about those residential schools that were established by the Canadian government specifically for Indigenous children.

The Royal BC Museum offers a wide variety of school programs aimed at increasing awareness of First Nations, Metis and Inuit cultures and histories. These programs include the EAGLE ProgramLearning LabsPartner School Project and the Home Learners Workshop series.

The Royal BC Museum offers a wide variety of public programs aimed at increasing awareness of First Nations, Metis and Inuit cultures and histories. These programs include the Performance as Medicine, Have We Got a Story to Tell, Haida StorytellingWonder Sunday, It's ComplicatedIndigenous Film Showcase and Museum Happy Hour: Indi-genius

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