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Celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day: A Step on Our Reconciliation Journey

Child and Elder in traditional dress along with wording:  Honour the history, culture and contribution of Indigenous People.  In Canada, Indigenous People fall under three groups:  First Nations, Inuit, and Metis.  Each of these are a distinct people, with histories, languages, cultural practices, and spiritual beliefs that are unique to them

At Inclusion Saskatchewan, we proudly recognize National Indigenous Peoples Day as a vital part of our reconciliation journey. This day is a meaningful opportunity to honor and celebrate the rich history, diverse cultures, and remarkable successes of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples.

Honoring History and Culture

National Indigenous Peoples Day allows us to reflect on the contributions and resilience of Indigenous communities. It's a day to learn, appreciate, and celebrate the traditions, languages, and stories that shape our shared history.

Our Commitment to Reconciliation

Inclusion Saskatchewan is built on the foundation of inclusion and respect. We are committed to engaging more fully in truth and reconciliation efforts, recognizing the importance of understanding and addressing past injustices to create a more inclusive future.

Join Us in Learning and Celebrating

We encourage everyone to take this opportunity to learn more about the significance of National Indigenous Peoples Day. Visit the Office of the Treaty Commissioner to explore their insightful blog on this day and deepen your understanding of Indigenous cultures and contributions. You can read their blog here.

Together, let's celebrate the rich heritage of Indigenous peoples and continue our journey towards a more inclusive and respectful community.

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