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The son of the man who originally called for the establishment of National Indigenous Peoples Day believes Canadians should educate themselves on the first peoples... [Read More]
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The sun was shining and the music was abundant at National Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations in Regina's downtown Victoria Park on Thursday. [Read More]
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The Charlie Lake Cave site in northeastern B.C., now known as T'se'K'wa, has been used by Indigenous people for hunting and fishing more than 12,000... [Read More]
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People gathered in parks, community centres and public squares across the country for National Indigenous Peoples Day. [Read More]
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Here are some snapshots from celebrations in Saskatchewan's two biggest cities. [Read More]
Georgina Jolibois says she sees National Indigenous Peoples Day as a way to honour and respect Indigenous language, culture and heritage, and that awareness of... [Read More]
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People across the Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut celebrated National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21, recognizing the culture and contributions of First Nations, Inuit,... [Read More]
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It's a statutory holiday in the Northwest Territories and in Yukon. There are events to celebrate Inuit, First Nation and Métis. [Read More]
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Early risers celebrate summer solstice and National Indigenous Peoples day at a sunrise ceremony outside the Museum in Kitchener, Ont. [Read More]
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Dozens of activists gathered in a St. John's park early Thursday morning to welcome summer, celebrate Indigenous culture — and call for a local statue... [Read More]
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Jane Philpottwill delivers brief opening remarks to a ceremony led by First Nations, Métis and Inuit elders... [Read More]
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Canadians are used to freedom. Canadians expect it. But for Indigenous peoples, freedom has not been guaranteed since newcomers arrived. [Read More]
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June 21 is National Indigenous Peoples Day, formerly known as National Aboriginal Day, and there are many events on or around that date to explore... [Read More]
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This is Indigenous History Month, with National Indigenous Peoples Day being celebrated here in Canada on June 21. It is also a particularly special occasion,... [Read More]
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