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Truth and Reconciliation

At Rogers, we are committed to making a meaningful impact in partnership with Indigenous communities and our Indigenous team members on the collective journey of truth and reconciliation.

Our commitment to truth and reconciliation.

Through investing in our networks to connect Indigenous communities, creating safe spaces for employees, growing our culture of inclusion, and empowering the next generation of Indigenous youth through scholarships and grants, Rogers is committed to making a meaningful impact in partnership with Indigenous communities. Written in partnership with Indigenous leaders at Rogers, our Truth and Reconciliation Commitment Statement reflects the 94 Calls to Action and the United Nations Declarations on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

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Our impact stories.

Learn more about Rogers journey towards reconciliation and the impact we are making in partnership with Indigenous communities.

  • Celebrating Indigenous youth through sport

    At a Jays game in the spring during Indigenous History Month, we invited youth from Six Nations of the Grand River and the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nations to enjoy a VIP experience at the Rogers Centre.

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  • Canadian documentary A Cedar is Life highlights the importance of Indigenous storytelling

    A Cedar Is Life is a feature documentary by Indigenous producer Harold C. Joe and business partner Leslie D. Bland at B.C.-based Orca Cove Media. The goal of Orca Cove Media is to facilitate education and understanding by sharing Indigenous history through storytelling.

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  • How Jays Care is helping the Witset community build a Field Of Dreams

    Jays Care Foundation’s Field Of Dreams program has awarded $150,000 this year to Witset First Nation, located in the Witsuwit’en Nation of northwest British Columbia to refurbish its local baseball diamond.

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  • Honouring the survivors, victims and families of murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls across Canada

    At Rogers, we’re deeply committed to reconciliation and using our technology to help rural, remote and Indigenous communities stay connected. We are taking actionable steps to help ensure safety for Indigenous communities across Canada, including along B.C.’s Highway 16, sadly known as the Highway of Tears.

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  • Building an inclusive workplace for Indigenous Peoples and our team members

    At Rogers, we’re on a journey of reconciliation as we continue to build an inclusive workplace for Indigenous People and all our team members. One of the ways we are raising awareness of the Indigenous presence and their traditional territory within our everyday life is through the Land Acknowledgement Plaque Project.

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  • How the Fishing Lake Métis Settlement is Empowering Indigenous youth in partnership

    Supporting youth of Indigenous heritage is a vital step in helping ensure that Indigenous history is never forgotten. Located in treaty six territory in the Lakeland area of northeast Alberta, Fishing Lake Métis Settlement is home to a Métis community of approximately 675 people.

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  • Rogers Employee Asennaienton Frank Horn discusses the importance of storytelling

    Asennaienton Frank Horn, (Asennaienton being his Mohawk name) the Senior Manager of Community Engagement, Indigenous Collaboration at Rogers. Frank shares more about his family history, the impact of his role at Rogers and his journey of learning the Kanien’keha (Mohawk) language.

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  • Rogers and Downie Wenjack Fund partner to open Legacy Space

    In partnership with the Downie Wenjack Fund, we opened a Legacy Space as part of our commitment to building an inclusive culture at Rogers that celebrates the diversity of every one of our team members.

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  • Honouring National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

    September 30th is National Day for Truth and Reconciliation – a day to commemorate those impacted by the tragic legacy left behind by Canada’s history with the residential school system.

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