The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR) is an organization dedicated to promoting truth and reconciliation in Canada. As a central hub for residential school records and information, the NCTR works towards healing and building relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples. This event will be attended by approximately 200 people and will focus on knowledge exchange for families and communities searching for residential schools missing children. The National Advisory Committee was established to ensure Indigenous communities have access to independent, trusted and expert information in their efforts to identify, locate, and commemorate their missing children. The National Advisory Committee brings together individuals with a wide-range of experience and expertise in areas such as Indigenous laws and cultural protocols, forensics, archeology, archival research, criminal investigations, communication and working with Survivors. The National Advisory Committee is guided by a Circle of Survivors, comprised of two First Nations Survivors, two Inuit Survivors, and two Métis Nation Survivors. The Government of Canada and the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation will support the National Advisory Committee on Residential Schools Missing Children and Unmarked Burials as co-administrators.