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Truth and Reconciliation

A guide to acknowledge and honor Indigenous people, history, and current events.

National Indigenous History Month


Learning about Indigenous culture and history is fundamental to truth and reconciliation. June is dedicated to learning, acknowledging, and honoring the contributions and excellence of First Nations, Inuit and Métis people. We invite you to explore this history and celebrate Indigenous people.


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