Healing the generations.


To provide engagement, support and capacity for NAN survivors, their families and communities. To foster healing from the lasting impacts of Indian Residential Schools and Day Schools, to support healing, reclamation, justice, and reconciliation.

Who We Are


Rachel Kakegamic

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Project Manager

Tanya Forneri

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Policy Analyst

Ocean Moberly

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Health Support Coordinator

Brittany Stinson-McGee

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Cultural Support Officer

Nicole Baxter

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IRS Health Support Officer

Felicia Sagutch

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IRS Health Support Officer


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What We're Doing

The Reclamation and Healing Department will work with communities and Tribal Councils to support Survivor-Led initiatives under the guidance and direction of the Survivors and Family Empowerment (SAFE) Council. This includes providing:

Technical Support
Assisting communities and initiatives on searches of former IRS sites

Health Support/Cultural Support
Help survivors access and navigate services

Education and Awareness
Raising awareness through advocacy and increasing education regarding the truth of residential schools in Canada

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Reclamation & Healing Strategy

The Reclamation and Healing Strategy was co-created by the SAFE Council as a guide to how the department will approach the work. The strategy will utilize a 6 pillared approach:

  • Research
  • Education
  • Justice
  • Support & Advocacy
  • Healing Initiatives
  • Communication

Join Us

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