Accord Partner List
The City of Winnipeg is grateful to Partners of Winnipeg’s Indigenous Accord for making a commitment to reconciliation. Below is a list of Accord Partners in alphabetical order.
Thank You Letter to Accord Partners
Dear Signatories of Winnipeg’s Indigenous Accord:
Thank you very much for becoming a Partner to Winnipeg’s Indigenous Accord, and for your participation in the ceremony at Oodena Celebration Circle. By signing Winnipeg’s Indigenous Accord, you have joined many other individuals and organizations in our Journey of Reconciliation.
It is my hope that Winnipeg can increasingly become a place that recognizes and embraces Indigenous culture, history, and identity. The initial signing of the Accord brought more than 80 individuals, groups, and organizations together in that common goal. Through our collective actions and commitment to reconciliation, we can continue to build a more inclusive Winnipeg that works toward rebuilding mutual trust and understanding. By becoming an Accord Partner, you can play an important role in that process and I want to thank you for all that you have done, and all that you will do, to support Winnipeg’s Journey of Reconciliation.
Reconciliation is hard work. It requires a willingness to embrace change and to rebuild the mutual trust that began with the Treaties, trust that we’ve lost over the years. It requires all of us to recommit to the story of peace and partnership the Treaties began to tell so many years ago, and it means doing the right thing for human dignity as well as our community’s prosperity and health.
Thank you for committing to be part of Winnipeg’s Journey of Reconciliation, and thank you for finding and recovering your piece of the Canadian story, a story of peace and partnership that the Treaties began to tell, and a story that connects us all.
The City of Winnipeg