National Survey results

CMA’s Reconciliation Program

Following the mandate set out by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Call to Action #67, the Canadian Museums Association (CMA)’s Reconciliation Program launched a preliminary national survey to better understand how museums are addressing reconciliation and Indigenous heritage within their institutions.
The gathered responses and input are a starting point for the Program’s two-year engagement process and provides
an environmental scan and insight on reconciliation and Indigenous-related initiatives taking place across the country.
This article reports on the statistical outcomes of the survey. The CMA felt that the data in themselves, shown below, are particularly important to be communicated. They will then serve as a basis for further development of this Program.
6 page PDF – bilingual (E/F)