Each year on September 30th, the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is recognized. The day was established to honour residential school survivors and educate Canadians about the lasting impacts of this dark chapter in our history—some of which is still unfolding. Through truth-telling and meaningful actions, reconciliation is an opportunity to reflect, learn, and gain a sense of understanding while acknowledging the past and those affected by it.


OPA is committed to developing and sharing resources to help pharmacy professionals gain Indigenous cultural competence and better address Indigenous patients’ health needs. Here are tools to help you learn more: