Katimavik continues to be confident that we have a very comprehensive offer for youth that aligns well with the priorities of the federal government, and with those of many Canadian Youth. We believe the government will see Katimavik as a good investment for Canada’s future. A framework to guide the development and implementation of active reconciliation between indigenous and non-indigenous youth is under development. Our intent remains to make Katimavik youth the leaders in active reconciliation for future generations. The Board is also overseeing an in-depth review of Katimavik’s policies, practices and procedures to ensure that K delivers a high quality development experience for 21st-century citizenship and skills, in a safe and secure environment for all participants. Qualified field staff are critical (inherent) to the Katimavik experience, and as such, recruiting and training are also part of the undertaken review. We want Katimavik youth and alumni to continue to be part of the solution to Canada’s diverse challenges, from inclusiveness, gender equality, and cultural diversity to climate change, community development and good training for future employment. We will be seeking input from various alumni and other third party input. Stay tuned, more to come.