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Tipi, education presentation held on Indigenous People’s Day – SaskToday.ca

by ahnationtalk on June 30, 202299 Views

This year’s Summer Solstice and National Indigenous People’s Day celebrations in Rockglen were held on June 22, organized by Angela Stewart of the Rockglen Public Library.

ASSINIBOIA – According to Fox Weather.com, “Summer officially begins in the Northern Hemisphere on June 21, with the summer solstice, the day with the greatest amount of possible daylight, and the shortest [amount of] night.”

Not only is June 21 recognized as the first day of summer here, but it is also recognized as Canada’s National Indigenous People’s Day, a special day set aside to celebrate the culture and many significant contributions of First Nations, Inuit, and Metis Indigenous peoples of Canada.

This year’s Summer Solstice and National Indigenous People’s Day celebrations in Rockglen were held on June 22, organized by Angela Stewart of the Rockglen Public Library.

Read More: https://www.sasktoday.ca/south/local-news/national-indigenous-peoples-day-celebrated-at-rockglen-school-5530896

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