CANADA DAY

We acknowledge that we live and operate on the traditional land and unceded territory of Coast Salish Peoples, specifically the Katzie, Kwantlen, Stz’uminus, and other Stó:lō Nations.

Map of Indigenous Territories and Languages | Native Land

Territories by Land & Land Acknowledgements | Whose Land

A Note for Grown-Ups

More and more people are choosing to no longer celebrate Canada Day. Please read these articles below to learn why.

Here’s what I want non-Indigenous Canadian families to do on Canada Day | Today’s Parent

Indigenous people ask Canadians to ‘put their pride aside’ and reflect this Canada Day | CBC

Why Canada Day shouldn’t be a celebration: Inuk woman reflects on the losses and anger she feels | SaltWire

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