Canada’s National Aboriginal Day is annually held on June 21 to celebrate the unique heritage, diverse cultures, and outstanding achievements of the nation’s Aboriginal peoples. There are three Aboriginal groups in Canada – the First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples.
Canada’s National Aboriginal Day gives many people the chance to learn more about Aboriginal people and their contributions towards the country’s development and progress. First Nations, Métis and Inuit people have the opportunity to showcase their cultures and achievements throughout Canada on this day.
National Aboriginal Day in Canada gives people of all walks of life the opportunity to celebrate and share knowledge about the Aboriginal peoples’ values, customs, languages, and culture.
June 4 - South Peace Campus - BBQ
June 17 - Devereaux & Parkland - Bev Lambert and activities
June 18 - Canalta - Bev Lambert and activities
June 19 - Pouce Coupe, Tate Creek & Rolla - Bev Lambert and activities
June 20 - Crescent Park - Bev Lambert and activities
June 21 - Central Campus - BBQ
June 21 - Tremblay - Activities & Bev Lambert on the 24 & 25
June 21 - Windrem - PM activities
June 21 - Little Prairie/Don Titus - Bev Lambert and activities
June 21 - Moberly Lake - A Day in the Life of an Aboriginal Community
June 21 - TRS/TRE - BBQ and tree planting
June 21 - Ecolé Frank Ross - activities
June 21 - CSS - Grades 8 and 9 activities at Gwillim Lake