The RCMP is actively engaging in the continuous process of reconciliation, and working to strengthen trust and relationships. We are listening and taking positive actions.
We have been engaging with national and local First Nations, and Métis leaders. We are formalizing working relationships that will strengthen not only information sharing, but also how we collaborate with Indigenous partners on the work we do. Efforts are also implemented within the organization to support the over 1,900 Indigenous employees of the RCMP and to inspire a culturally engaged, trauma-informed workforce.
We recognize that the actions necessary for reconciliation are long-term. There is much work to be done and we are committed to transparency in modernizing the RCMP to advance reconciliation.
To learn more from an Indigenous perspective about reconciliation external to the organization, visit the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation.
Moving the organization forward on a path towards meaningful reconciliation. Learn more by reading the RCMP's Reconciliation Report and Divisional Strategies.
Learn how the RCMP seeks advice and perspectives from Indigenous partners and stakeholders across Canada to improve Indigenous policing services.
Explore documents on reconciliation, missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls and Indian Residential Schools.
Read about how the RCMP is working to address the issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
Read about employee-led initiatives that contribute to reconciliation in Indigenous communities and within the RCMP.
Explore significant milestones in the RCMP's relationship with Indigenous communities and peoples, and collaborative efforts of reconciliation.
Read about the role of the RCMP during the Indian Residential School system and apologies issued.
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