Truth and Reconciliation set, issued by Canada Post on 29 September 2022, in connection with the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on 30 September. The designer of this one is Inuit artist Gayle Uyagaqi Kabloona, and this are her words explaining the artwork (taken from this article, where you can read more about this issue):
I believe each group within Canada has a different responsibility for reconciliation. For Indigenous People, our responsibility is to ourselves and to others within our communities: learning or passing on our language and culture that was attacked only one generation ago. I created a woman lighting a qulliq (QUL-liq), the traditional Inuit stone lamp used for heat and light to signify caretaking. This woman is carrying on in her culture as she has always done, taking care of herself and others and healing.
This is a post for Sunday Stamps.