Reconciliation Saskatoon is a community of organizations, non-profits, businesses, faith-communities and partners who have come together to initiate a citywide conversation about reconciliation and provide opportunities for everyone to engage in Calls to Action. Truth and Reconciliation is defined by the TRC as “part of an overall holistic and comprehensive response to the Indian Residential School legacy” and is a “sincere indication and acknowledgement of the injustices and harms experienced by Aboriginal people and the need for continued healing” (Truth and Reconciliation Commission, 2016). The history of adoption in Saskatchewan, particularly the era of what is known as the “60’s Scoop,” is something that the Adoption Support Centre of Saskatchewan fully acknowledges as a shameful part of Saskatchewan’s past. ASCS understands and agrees with the TRC’s “profound commitment to establishing new relationships embedded in mutual recognition and respect [to] forge a brighter future” (Truth and Reconciliation Commission, 2016). We are committed to following the appropriate and necessary protocols to ensure the inherent rights of Indigenous peoples across Canada are respected and maintained for future generations.