National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
The Federal Government recently passed legislation to make September 30th a federal statutory holiday called the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation as way to educate and remind Canadians about the history of residential schools, honour the victims, celebrate the survivors, and ensure that the tragic history and ongoing legacy is never forgotten.
Although this is not a statutory holiday in Prince Edward Island at this time, Key Murray Law will be observing this holiday. As a result, Key Murray Law offices will be closing on September 30th and observing the holiday as a way to honour and respect not only our partnerships with first Nations, but also to recognize ALL of our Indigenous clients, friends, and families alike.
For clients who anticipate requiring our services on September 30, please reach out directly to your regular Key Murray Law contact. We are pleased to assist you in making necessary preparations to avoid disruptions on this important day.
Sincerely, Your Key Murray Law Team