LHF is a national Aboriginal charitable organization whose purposes are to educate, raise awareness and understanding of the legacy of residential schools, including the effects and intergenerational impacts on First Nations, Inuit, and Métis, and to support the ongoing healing process of Residential School Survivors. Fulfilling this mandate contributes towards reconciliation among generations of Aboriginal peoples, and between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people in Canada. Click here to learn more about the LHF.
Released on June 1, 2015, at the Truth and Reconciliation final event in Ottawa, this collection of 17 essays deliberates the simple but profound question What does reconciliation look like? Contributors include Garnet Angeconeb, Katsi’tsákwas Ellen Gabriel, Tony Belcourt, Georges Erasmus, Stephen Lewis, Shelagh Rogers, Justice Harry S. Laforme, and The Right Honourable Paul Martin.
Are you an educator looking for more information about the 100 Years of Loss curriculum? This resource has been out-of-stock but the good news is that we are producing more. Watch this space for updates.
100 Years of Loss: The Residential School System in Canada Exhibition
Bookings available beginning 1 October 2015 in both Western and Eastern Canada.
We Were So Far Away: The Inuit Experience of Residential School Exhibition
Bookings available in Western Canada and the North from 15 September to 15 October and again as of 1 December 2015.
|Hope & Healing (2014)||We Were So Far Away book (2011)||Forgotten Workshop Guide||Forgotten Booklet|
Click below to download our out-of-print publications.
|Inuit and the Residential School System (2013)||100 Years of Loss (2012)||Hope and Healing (2010)||Where are the Children? (2003)|