Truth and Reconciliation Report (TRC)
The TRC Steering Committee’s Report, Answering the Call. Wecheehetowin, is the University’s response to the national Truth and Reconciliation Commission. The Steering Committee, comprised of co-chairs, assessors, Elders, students and faculty, had a mandate to focus on concrete actions. The Call to Action encompass a variety of short and long-term directives. Some actions are role-based, others are context-driven or address curriculum issues or research. They are intended to provide strong direction and to facilitate positive change.
U of T’s 34 Calls to Action
Please click here to see U of T’s response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Calls to Action.
U of T Strategic Research Plan
U of T’s Institutional Strategic Research Plan 2018-2023 includes a commitment to equity and diversity that is central to its public mission, and incorporates the pursuit of excellence, recognizing that often the best work gets done in collaborative environments.
Indigenous Initiatives Annual Progress Report
This Annual Progress Report is produced in direct response to the University’s Calls to Action, specifically Calls #33 and #34 (p. 38) which state:
“33 Short-Term Call to Action: All divisions should be required to report annually to the Provost on progress in implementing University commitments in relation to the calls to action contained in this report.
34 Longer-Term Call to Action: The implementation and monitoring body created by the President and Provost should conduct regular periodic reviews of the University and divisions’ progress in implementing the calls to action. The periodic reviews should occur every three years to ensure the University remains on track in implementation, and that the Committee’s and TRC’s recommendations are not forgotten over time.”