“The problem of exclusion, of racism, of white supremacy, of white fragility, is so insidious, so prevalent, so built in, that we need something drastic to seemingly get our attention.”
We encourage folks to join us in attending this special day on Thursday, September 30 at Parliament Hill.
Remember Me is a national gathering to remember Indigenous children and families affected by the residential school system and all Indigenous child apprehension programs.
We’ll meet at 9:40 a.m. at the Terry Fox statue across from Parliament Hill (90 Wellington St.). We’ll walk over to the Hill for the Opening Ceremony at 10:00 a.m., and join the Spirit Walk to Confederation Park (approx. 500 meters) at 12:00 p.m. Stay as long as you would like (the day ends at 5:00 p.m. officially).
Please bring your mask, something to sit on, water and food for yourself (if you wish).
RSVP: Email Juliana at with the subject line “Remember Me Event” if you’d like to attend.
Learn more about the the National Day of Remembrance at remember-me-september-30.org