Native Education

Indigenous Peoples day

June 21st is a day of celebration and reflection, marking the vibrant cultures and invaluable contributions of Canada’s First Nations, Inuit, and Métis communities. This special day, coinciding with the summer solstice, not only heralds the longest day of the year but also symbolizes a season of renewal—a perfect backdrop for honoring the resilience and diversity of Indigenous traditions.


National Indigenous Peoples Day holds a cherished place in Canada’s calendar, offering an official day to honor the rich history and heritage of Indigenous peoples. It’s a time for joyous festivities and heartfelt appreciation for their achievements and unique perspectives.


At the Native Education College, our dedication lies in delivering culturally authentic education, walking hand in hand with the journey of truth and reconciliation. Through our embrace of Indigenous knowledge and traditions, we cultivate inclusive learning environments that deeply honor and respect diverse perspectives.