This report summarizes government’s participation in the Inquiry’s work. The Council of Parties (as commissioners) reports on the overall work of the Inquiry.
This report issued by the Restorative Inquiry Council of Parties outlines work done on the central issues in the most recent phase of the inquiry and highlights next steps in the planning and action phase.
This report issued by the Restorative Inquiry Council of Parties outlines the three central issues of the inquiry and work done over the past year of the inquiry mandate.
This report issued by the Restorative Inquiry Council of Parties is one of many public reporting opportunities that will be part of the work of the Restorative Inquiry.
A restorative inquiry into the Nova Scotia Home for Colored Children will bring government and community together to examine the effects of systemic and institutional abuse and racism, and to work together to build better relationships.
Premier Stephen McNeil offered a formal apology on October 10, 2014 on behalf of the province to those who suffered abuse and neglect at the Nova Scotia Home for Colored Children.