June 21, 2020, we celebrate the heritage, diverse cultures, contributions and achievements of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples of Canada.

Shawashkong Ikwe Drumming Singers, Ada Tinney, Dianne Hannah & Noreen Tinney.

Our Ancestors.

Our ancestors have lived upon this land since time immemorial. They were a people of great strength, ingenuity, and wisdom.

We honour their memory and celebrate their resilience.

Where We Are Today.

Our ancestors continue to guide us as we strive to live in a good way. We seize opportunities to preserve and share our language and culture. We pass on traditional knowledge, teachings, and craftsmanship.

We build positive partnerships to fuel our growth and development. We make valuable contributions to the broader community for the benefit of all people.

Preparing For The Future.

As stewards of our ancestral lands, we embrace our inherent rights. We understand our responsibility and connection to Mother Earth and use our resources in a sustainable way.

We unite as a Nation to create a strong foundation for future generations to flourish.

“Our future will be what we make it.” – Elder Ada Tinney

Visit the Government of Canada website for more information about National Indigenous Peoples Day & why it was created.

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