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Pursuant to the Settlement Agreement, one of the objectives of the Commission is to “witness, support, promote and facilitate truth and reconciliation events at both the national and community levels.” See the current list of Honorary Witnesses.
The term witness is in reference to the Aboriginal principle of witnessing, which varies among First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples.
Generally speaking, witnesses are called to be the keepers of history when an event of historic significance occurs.
Partly because of the oral traditions of Aboriginal peoples, but also to recognize the importance of conducting business, building and maintaining relationships in person and face to face.
Through witnessing the event or work that is undertaken is validated and provided legitimacy.
The work could not take place without honoured and respected guests to witness it. Michaëlle Jean is the Co-Founder and Co-President of the Michaëlle Jean Foundation (FMJF).
At the National Event in Inuvik, Halifax and Saskatoon, as well as other TRC events, subsequent persons fulfilled this important role and committed to share what they learned. After earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Italian and Hispanic languages and literature at the University of Montréal, she pursued her master’s studies in comparative literature and taught at the university’s Faculty of Italian Studies.
Honorary Witnesses inducted at the Saskatchewan National Event in Saskatoon, SK in June 2012 Right Honourable Joe Clark, PC CC Sheila Fraser Tina Keeper Sir Sidney Mead James V. She is fluent in five languages: French, English, Italian, Spanish, Creole and fluently reads Portuguese. Jean worked for 10 years with Quebec shelters for battered women, actively contributing to the establishment of a network of emergency shelters throughout Quebec and elsewhere in Canada.
She later became a highly regarded journalist and anchor of information programs at Radio-Canada and CBC.
She also took part in three award-winning documentary films produced by her husband, filmmaker Jean-Daniel Lafond. On September 27, 2005, Mme Jean was sworn in as 27th Governor General and Commander-in-Chief of Canada.
During her time in office, Madame Jean made youth a priority of her mandate and transformed the institution she occupied into a meeting place where dialogue prevailed and citizen voices were heard.