In June 2015 the Truth & Reconciliation Commission (TRC) of Canada released its final report detailing the horrific history of church and state-run Indian Residential Schools. “Fashioning Reconciliation” was a response to the TRC’s Call to Action to develop culturally appropriate curriculum—a way to honour the past and lived experiences of Residential School Survivors and their families through fashion education. The School of Fashion embarked on a journey to decolonize its curriculum and support Indigenous design because of reconciliation, and we honour this past. However, in recognition of the growing sentiment that Canada is not living up to its reconciliation promises, we are shifting the project’s language to focus on decolonizing fashion and mobilizing Indigenous resurgence.