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TRC Call to Action #92 Conference

Event Info

Location: Inn at the Forks - Winnipeg, Manitoba


With recent developments of COVID-19 and WHO & WRHA strategies to reduce the virus spread, Legacy Bowes will postpone the upcoming Truth and Reconciliation – Call to Action #92 Conference on March 26th, 2020.
The health and well-being of guests, speakers and staff is our top-priority in this decision. A rescheduled date is to be determined in the coming weeks.

If you have registered for March 26th, you will receive notice of your updated registration and re-allocation of fees to the new date once determined.

If you are unable to attende the rescheduled date, fees will be refunded in full.

Legacy Bowes is pleased to continue the conversation with you and your organization on how to participate in Truth & Reconciliation Call to Action No. 92 Training Program. To learn more on the program, please contact Steffani Biffin, Client Relations at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Your understanding and patience are appreciated at this time.


By now we have heard WHY engaging in the Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Actions are important. We have heard there are 94 Calls to Actions created by the Commission. We have heard that TRC Call to Action 92 is directed to the Business Leaders to work collaboratively with all Indigenous entities to create synergies that will benefit everyone. We now understand Why Truth and Reconciliation is important, however, this has now led to the question, What’s Next? What Should We Actually Do? As Business Organizations WHAT Actions can we take to fulfill on real Reconciliation.

Join Legacy Bowes in partnership with Ron Evans of Indigenous Solutions and Sheila North, Director of Strategic Partnerships, as they share the TRC Call to Action 92 Program for business organizations that is endorsed by Indigenous Communities across Manitoba and beyond.

Understand how to build partnerships in reconciliation at the grassroots level - where the employees of non-Indigenous businesses connect in daily interactions with the First Nation communities.

Hear from Business Leaders, Gardewine Group and Number TEN Architectural Group, who are already on board - what have they done to engage and train their organization on meeting the requirements of Call to Action 92. Hear how the directed outcomes of the program have impacted their success by embracing a meaningful and impactful path to reconciliation.

Learn how the program provides opportunities - to build awareness and understanding of the history of colonialism, to address racism and discrimination in your organization and its everyday conversation, and to challenging all to explore their own personal reconciliation journey