June 21 is National Peoples Day, we celebrate the diversity, culture, history of our Metis, Inuit and First Nations brothers and sisters.
All Canadians can explore the history of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples throughout the month, as well as embrace the opportunity to learn more about their identity. It is also a moment to honour all Indigenous peoples’ resilience, as well as their rich and distinct traditions and beautiful languages. We are also reminded of the unmarked graves discovered at residential schools across the country. We mourn those who did not return from these schools, and we renew our dedication to actively work for truth, justice, and peace in their honour.