Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day June 21, 2021
Indigenous peoples have made invaluable contributions to this country and continue to play a strong role in shaping our present and our future. We recognize and honour the strength and resilience of Indigenous peoples as we work together towards reconciliation.
First Nations, Métis and Inuit people have a unique heritage and bring diverse cultures that strengthen our world. National Indigenous Peoples Day is a great opportunity to celebrate and learn about Indigenous cultures, and is a good time to reflect and plan for how each of us will contribute to reconciliation over the next year. Please join the celebrations around the community!
Join the event by clicking this link: https://youtu.be/hhiZVxpkKTg
Another opportunity… In partnership with Parks Canada and Friends of Batoche,
Gabriel Dumont Institute
is hosting a free virtual event on their Facebook and YouTube pages
starting at 10:30 am on June 21, 2021
Here is the link to their YouTube Channel:
This virtual celebration will feature Donny Parenteau, Smoking Sage Drum Group,
SRPSD teacher Angela Rancourt, Tristen Durocher, Gregory Scofield, Leah Dorion and more.
Updated June 1, 2021