Edmontonians are being invited to a special exhibit that highlights the legacy of residential schools in Canada. The exhibit takes viewers through the Anglican church’s relationship with Canada’s Indigenous people over the last 250 years. The collection of texts and photographs carries forward the spirit of rapprochement between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadians embodied by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's final report delivered on June 2. In addition to the historical displays, the All Saints Cathedral is adorned with artwork relating to the Indian Residential Schools, along with a multitude of red dresses signifying and mourning Canada's missing and murdered aboriginal women.
Open to the public for viewing Oct. 13 until Remembrance Day.
Location: All Saints’ Cathedral (10035- 103 street)
Mon-Wed: 10 am-5 pm
Thurs-Fri: 10 am-7 pm
Sat: 1 pm-4 pm