A day when Canada honours First Nation, Metis and Inuit soldiers and veterans, and their long, distinguished legacy of serving in the Canadian Armed Forces.
Louis Riel Day is held every year on November 16 across the Métis homelands. November 16 is the anniversary of Riel’s execution in 1885. During that year, Riel led Métis […]
National Indigenous Languages Day, a time to acknowledge the importance of language and culture to the well-being and resilience of Indigenous communities around the world. It’s also a day to […]
May 5 every year is the National Day of Awareness of MMIWG in Canada, also known as Red Dress Day. It's essential for Indigenous people and their allies to continue […]
The month of June is National Indigenous History Month — a time for all Canadians to celebrate and appreciate the unique histories, cultures, and contributions of First Nations, Inuit, and […]