June 21, 2022 marks the 26th anniversary of National Indigenous Peoples Day in Canada. We recognize and celebrate the heritage and contributions of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis culture.

As we recognize National Indigenous Peoples Day, we encourage you to take a step towards learning about Indigenous cultures. The links below offer a starting point in a long educational journey for non-Indigenous people. Use these resources to begin – one article, document, virtual event and report at a time.

In-Person Celebrations

Alberta: Métis Crossing Cultural Heritage Center and Lodge

Alberta: Round Dance at the Aboriginal Friendship Center of Calgary

British Columbia: National Indigenous Peoples Day in Squamish

Manitoba: Indigenous Peoples Day celebration in Brandon

Newfoundland: Mawiomi National Indigenous Peoples day celebration

Ontario: Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival

Prince Edward Island: Lennox Island First Nation

Quebec: KWE! Meet Indigenous People

Yukon: National Indigenous Peoples Day

Virtual Celebrations

Indigenous Day Live

Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival

Indigenous-Led Podcasts

Native Currents

This Land

Red Man Laughing

Coffee With My Ma

All My Relations

The Jig Is Up

Missing and Murdered: Finding Cleo

Image courtesy of McLeod Lake Indian Band

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