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June 2, 2021

June is Indigenous History Month and it marks a nationwide education on our storied history and diverse heritage of Indigenous peoples across Canada. This year we begin with recognition on a mournful note as we respectfully send condolences to the families affected by the news in Kamloops.

Learn the truths of the residential school experience in Canada: https://nctr.ca/

Understand the Truth and Reconciliation Commissions Calls to Action for sport: https://bit.ly/3yWknE7

View On Canada Project's resources for how settlers can take action to educate ourselves and support the Indigenous community: https://oncanadaproject.ca/settlerstakeaction

Artwork credit: Stuart Pagaduan, Cowichan Nation

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