Indigenous Residential Schools Survivor Legacy Celebration

Thursday, July 18, 2019
Author: 
CBC News

CBC Toronto is a proud sponsor of the second annual Indigenous Residential Schools Survivor (IRSS) Legacy Celebration, hosted by the Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre.

The IRSS Legacy project was initiated in response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada's call for a monument to be installed in each city across the country to honour residential school survivors, their families and those who were lost. 

An Indigenous healing garden, complete with a sculpture designed by Anishinaabe artist Solomon King, is set to be installed at Nathan Phillips Square. 

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