Together with our affiliate, Accreditation Canada, IQMH commemorates National Indigenous History Month throughout June. This is an opportunity to recognize the rich history, heritage, resilience and diversity of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples across Canada. During National Indigenous History Month, Canadians are encouraged to learn more about the history and diverse cultures of Indigenous peoples. This includes learning about the impact of colonialism, residential schools, and other injustices that have been imposed on Indigenous communities. In understanding the past and present experiences of Indigenous peoples, Canadians can work towards reconciliation and build stronger relationships based on respect, understanding, and shared values.
National Indigenous History Month is an important opportunity for all Canadians to reflect on their own understanding of Indigenous history and to take meaningful action towards reconciliation. This can include engaging in meaningful conversations with Indigenous peoples, learning more about Indigenous history and culture, and supporting Indigenous-led initiatives that that help to restore Indigenous rights.
Learn more about the history of Indigenous peoples of Canada.
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