Indigenous History Month is finally upon us! We hope you will join us in celebrating the rich history, resiliency, and diversity of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Peoples throughout Canada. For more information, check out all the details below!
Virtual Events for Indigenous History Month
Indigenous History Month is here, and to celebrate we’re hosting four virtual events throughout the month of June!
The themes for this year’s program are reflection, honour, and commitment, and will feature Indigenous teachings, artist performances, and cultural presentations from the Northwest Territories, Saskatchewan, and New Brunswick. Finally, the month will conclude with a special Canada-wide episode.
Join us for the Northwest Territories Feature tomorrow at 2:00 pm ET!
Thank you to our Community Event Partners:
Legacy Schools Survey
The school year is quickly coming to an end, and we want to hear from you! Please take a moment to complete our survey to tell us about your experience with the Legacy Schools program and how we can improve our resources for a chance to win a DWF Prize pack!
Legacy Schools Updates
Taking a leave of absence? Changing Clubs? Let us know!
We’re getting ready to send you some amazing, updated materials in September that you won’t want to miss! Please let us know if you’re changing positions so we can send your Legacy Schools Booster Toolkit to your new location or pass it along to the person who is taking over for you.
Welcome Our Newest Legacy Spaces Partners!
Universal Music Canada is creating a Legacy Space in their downtown Toronto office!
St. Lawrence College will launch Legacy Spaces on all three of their campuses this year. These will be the first Legacy Spaces in Cornwall, Brockville, and Gord’s hometown of Kingston, Ontario!
Msiku will be creating our first Legacy Space in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia!
We now have Legacy Spaces in 30 cities, and 7 provinces and territories, providing a dedicated space for education and reconciliACTION in the workplace.