Source: The Canadian Press, ctvnews.ca, September 30, 2020
The Liberal government introduced similar legislation in February 2019 but the bill died in the Senate when the last federal election was called.
OTTAWA — The Liberal government is reviving its effort to create a new statutory holiday to commemorate the victims and survivors of Indigenous residential schools.
Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault introduced legislation in the House of Commons today to establish Sept. 30 as a National Day for Truth and Reconciliation for federally regulated workers.
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