June is National Indigenous History Month
National Indigenous History Month in Canada, an opportunity to learn about the unique cultures, traditions and experiences of First Nations, Inuit and Métis. It’s a time to honour the stories, achievements and resilience of Indigenous Peoples, who have lived on this land since time immemorial and whose presence continues to impact the evolving Canada.
To learn more, go to https://www.rcaanc-cirnac.gc.ca/eng/1466616436543/1534874922512
2023 weekly themes
Each week will be dedicated to a different theme to highlight specific aspects of Indigenous history, cultures and perspectives. Explore learning resources on each theme:
September 22, 2023
On September 24, 1998, the Government of Canada officially proclaimed the last Sunday of September of every year as the...
September 14, 2023
To help send a strong message against bullying in Nova Scotia, the second Thursday of September has been proclaimed as...
September 10, 2023
World Suicide Prevention Day is a chance for everyone to join us in promoting awareness about suicide: those impacted by a...
August 29, 2023
Labour Day events in Nova Scotia. Show your support at an event near you. Annapolis Valley District Labour Council Kentville...
August 21, 2023
Taking Action to Create a More Inclusive Public Service During Public Service Pride Week (Aug 21-25), the NSGEU wishes to...
August 14, 2023
The Acadian people, pioneers and builders of the country, have celebrated Acadian Day on August 15 since 1881, the year...
August 4, 2023
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July 31, 2023
Emancipation Day, celebrated on August 1st, is the day The Slavery Abolition Act became law in the British Empire (including...
June 29, 2023
NSGEU Offices are closed on Friday, June 30, 2023