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Max FineDay 21 Jun 18
Mīyo-kîsikâw kahkiyaw☀️! Let not be defined by our relationship with Canada, non-Indigenous peoples, or . Let this day be about us, the proud Nations we are; a celebration of all we continue to be.
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Alberta Government 21 Jun 18
Happy National Indigenous Peoples Day! Today celebrates the unique histories, diverse cultures and significant contributions of First Nations, Metis and Inuit people in Alberta and across Canada. Attend an event near you:
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jaris Jun 21
Happy National Peoples Day!
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Niagara Parents 5 Jul 17
The Peace Bridge celebrates National Injury Prevention Day by shining Parachute ‘green’. Let’s stop preventable injuries! ^lb
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WMRGL 20 Jul 17
We are the proud recipients of the Advanced Diagnostics, Genomics & Precision Medicine Award WMAHSNawards17
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Native Council PEI 21 Jun 18
Traditional drumming and dancing for National Indigenous Peoples Day
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John Horgan 21 Jun 18
Today, on we celebrate the diverse cultures, knowledge and history of Indigenous peoples and come together in the spirit of reconciliation and renewal.
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Downie Wenjack Fund Jun 21
Today we celebrate and honour First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples achievements, contributions and vibrant culture. We encourage all Canadians to take today as an opportunity to join the celebrations and continue moving forward in our path to reconciliation.
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Abegweit First Nation 21 Jun 18
Happy National Indigenous Peoples Day - June 21st
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Trevor © Jun 21
I had so many things on the go today, Treaty Ed celebrations, Sheldon MacLeod show, Nimbus signing, pow wow in Dartmouth. I am absolutely grateful & thankful - Wela’lioq. Out of many pics I took, here’s 4 lol.
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OISEUofT 21 Jun 18
On , we’d like to acknowledge the Indigenous faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends of OISE. We are excited and grateful for all of the important contributions you make in your work – not only today, but every day.
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Ldn Heritage Council Jun 21
is on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, Haudenosaunee, Attawandaron (Neutral), and Wendat peoples. This territory is covered by the Upper Canada Treaties. Attend Indigenous Solidarity Day London today in Old South
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Don Iveson 21 Jun 18
The role of leaders in reconciliation is to create conditions where trust can be restored. I’ve endeavoured to do this until full reconciliation is achieved and I encourage you to as well. After all, we are all Treaty people.
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FPCC 21 Jun 18
Today we celebrate and thank all those across the country working to revitalize Indigenous arts, languages and culture.
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Mark Singh 21 Jun 18
Happy , and Happy National Indigenous Peoples Day. Artwork: Our Home and Native Land by Jen Adomeit
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MCoS 18 Jun 18
June is National Indigenous History Month and June 21 is National Indigenous Peoples Day. It's an opportunity to honour the heritage, contributions and cultures of Indigenous peoples in Canada.
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Emerg Health Services Jun 20
We will be attending celebrations around BC tomorrow as part of National Indigenous Peoples Day. Our participation in represents a small part of our reconciliation strategy to develop lasting, meaningful relationships with our local First Nations.
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University of Alberta 21 Jun 18
As we prepare to bid farewell to three statues that have graced Quad since last October, we are grateful to artist Stewart Steinhauer for loaning them to us, and for helping spark conversations about reconciliation and cultural expression.
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EIA Jun 20
We’re proud to stand with our partners at Enoch Cree Nation and Tribal Chiefs Employment and Training Services to celebrate indigenous culture through art, music and dance!
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Labrador Institute Jun 21
The Labrador Institute is situated on the ancestral & current homelands of the Innu and Inuit. Today, on , and every other day, we recognize their continued sovereignty over lands and waters and express deepest gratitude for our ongoing partnerships.
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