By Ryan Clarke Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Friday was the 2nd annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, a day Canadians honour the lost children and survivors of residential schools, their families, and communities. It is also a day people wear orange shirts to represent Every Child Matters, started by Phyllis Webstad, a residential school survivor. Events are held all over Canada to honour these movements and events, including here in Lethbridge. Cindy Rendall, founder of Untethered Heart Counselling, held her workshop “Reconciliation Starts with You” Friday at the Interfaith Food Bank, aiming to educate those in the community interested in what reconciliation means, what to do as a non-Indigenous person, and discuss the impacts of systemic racism. The safe and open environment facilitated discussions on the topic, helping with
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