National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

In regcongition of National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, all RDCK offices, recrecation facilities, landfills, transfer stations and recycling depots will be closed on Friday, September 30. 

Click here to learn more about the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. 

The imagery used in our National Day for Truth and Reconciliation shows various visual elements illustrating Indigenous cultures. The circle is at the centre, which represents being together in spirit of reconciliation. The orange colour represents truth-telling and healing. The pathway represents the road to reconciliation. First Nations, Inuit and Métis are represented in the image.

Description of the three icons:

  • The eagle to represent First Nations
  • The narwhal to represent Inuit
  • The beaded flower to represent Métis

The content on this page was last updated September 28 2022 at 9:15 AM