Infographic | Canada's National Indigenous History Month
Every June, Canada celebrates National Indigenous History Month: a period for Canadians across the country to commemorate the heritage of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples and reflect on the nation's historic mistreatment of Indigenous communities.
Who are Canada's Indigenous peoples, what does reconciliation mean for Canadian society, and which major organizations are supporting the movement? Canada Institute Interns Caroline Boda and Abi McGowan address these questions and more in this commemorative Indigenous History Month infographic.
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