Hearing truth, pursuing justice, building relationships
Reconciliation is not an outcome, but a process.
It is commitment and action that we undertake each and every day.
Reconciliation is relationship. It requires us to lay proper groundwork through hearing truth, pursuing justice, and building respectful and reciprocal relations.
Reconciliation is restoration. It requires recompense and investment in reconstruction.
We all hold a responsibility to advance Indigenous wellness and reconciliation.
- Providence Health Care is committed to the process of Truth and Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples and it is embedded in everything we do.
- In partnership with sovereign host Nations of Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh, we will establish a first-of-its-kind Indigenous Wellness and Welcoming Centre on the grounds of the new St. Paul’s Hospital and Health Campus as a meaningful contribution to healing and reconciliation.
Indigenous Wellness and Reconciliation Action Plan
Indigenous Wellness and Reconciliation Action Plan – Plan on a Page