PUBLIC Celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day

We are proud to be working to raise awareness, acknowledgement and education about Canada’s rich Indigenous history to work towards a more inclusive Canada. Join us in celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day.

Join us in a Land Acknowledgement 

We are very excited to launch another Toronto For All campaign with the City of Toronto. This year, we worked with the Toronto Aboriginal Support Services Council to ask citizens to participate in the sacred act of acknowledging the Indigenous land on which Toronto, or Tkaronto, was built. The campaign features a land acknowledgement statement and uses transit ads and social media. The goal of the campaign is to educate and encourage respectful and meaningful dialogue about the city’s Indigenous history and between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Torontonians. 

Learn more here.

Support Indigenous Education 


This National Indigenous Peoples Day, stand with Indigenous students for equal access to education and ensure all Canadians can be tomorrow’s leaders. We are proud to work with Indspire, a national Indigenous-led registered charity that invests in the education of Indigenous people for the long term benefit of these individuals, their families and communities, and Canada. We are working to help bring their vision to life to enrich Canada through Indigenous education and by inspiring achievement.

Learn more here.

Learn More


Read the Truth and Reconciliation Report here.

Read the 94 Calls to Action about Reconciliation here.

Read the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous peoples here.

Participate in Indigenous Cultural Awareness Training here.

Indigenous Peoples Terminology Guidelines for usage here.

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