June 21 marks the day when Canadians come together to celebrate the unique heritage, traditions and contributions First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples bring to our country's culture.
national aboriginal day
Jun 20, 2014 to Jun 22, 2014
Queen Juliana Park, at Dow's Lake
Carling Ave and Preston StOttawa , ON
Canada45° 23' 51.4464" N, 75° 42' 27.8316" W
Join us for the the 17th Annual Noongam Traditional Powwow to be held June 20-22, 2014 at Queen Juliana Park near Dow's Lake, Ottawa.
Jun 21, 2014 to Jun 22, 2014
Vincent Massey Park Ottawa , ON
Canada45° 25' 17.508" N, 75° 41' 49.8948" W
Come celebrate National Aboriginal Day at the Summer Solstice Aboriginal Arts Festival, an Aboriginal arts event that represents the cultural diversity of our urban Aboriginal community.
What better day to join both indigenous and non-indigenous in the fight to save the land, water and democracy from the for-profit interests? The police, though, had other ideas.
Civil disobedience is a strategy, sometimes the only strategy left to Canadians motivated to gain a fair share of their daily bread, and preserve their cultural values and integrity.
This is sure to be a summer of discontent after a long year of attacks on the rights of Indigenous peoples.
National Aboriginal Day provides an opportunity to acknowledge the unique achievements of First Nations, Inuit and Métis in diverse areas of society.
This Friday, June 21, is National Aboriginal Day and rabble is launching a special series, brought to you by our supporters!
June 21 was declared National Aboriginal Day by former Governor General Romeo Leblanc in 1996. But it was William Commanda's friend Jules Sioui who had affirmed it as Indian Day in 1945.
While June 21 is a day of celebration, it is important to note that Aboriginal communities face enormous challenges while the Harper Conservative government continues to look the other way.