Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Prince Rupert Port Authority marks National Truth and Reconciliation Day with lighted walkway

Orange lamps light the way between the Atlin and Northland Terminals,
 the initiative from the PRPA one in the spirit of Reconciliation as we 
prepare to observe National Truth and Reconciliation Day
(Photo from PRPA FB Page)

The Prince Rupert Port Authority has created a Glowing Orange pathway this week as part of their commemoration of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation this Thursday.

The PRPA outlined the nature of its project and its support for Indian Residential School survivors in a Social Media post on Monday, the information relay also includes some photos of Port workers installing the orange lights that will light the way from the Atlin Terminal to the northland Terminal along the Prince Rupert waterfront. 

The Post which you can access here, also provides a number online links towards more information on Truth and Reconciliation themes.

In our article of yesterday, we have been following some of the local observations of National Truth and Reconciliation, you can review those notes here.

For more items of note from the Prince Rupert Port Authority see our archive page here.

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