- Asian Heritage Month (AHM) Month of May
Cultural Awareness Growth. Φ Asian Heritage Month is an opportunity for all Canadians to learn more about the many achievements and contributions of Canadians of Asian descent who, throughout our history, have done so much to make Canada the amazing country we share today.
The theme for Asian Heritage Month 2021, "Recognition, Resilience, and Resolve", embodies the myriad of sentiments that peoples of Asian descent in Canada have experienced and honours their contributions and their diverse stories which are rooted in resilience and perseverance.
It is also a call to action for all Canadians to come together to combat all forms of anti-Asian racism and discrimination.
Let us celebrate the incredible diversity that is our strength and be resolute in our stand against all forms of anti-Asian racism and discrimination.
- National Indigenous Heritage Month (NIHM) Month of June
What we have yet to learn from the past, to mark and remark on all unmarked, to honour them fully by the whole, so that changes can begin, with sincere and true reconciliation.
Indigenous languages The Government of Canada's Translation Bureau has a catalogue of resources to broaden your knowledge and learning of First Nations, Inuit and Métis languages from all across Canada. Traditional stories and creation stories
Listen to traditional stories and creation stories told by First Nations, Inuit and Métis storytellers from communities across Canada collected by the Canadian Museum of History.
Indigenous Perspectives: Stories from Indigenous Public Servants Employment and Social Development Canada's podcasts explore what it's like to be Indigenous in the Federal Public Service, what reconciliation is for individuals and what it can be for Canada.
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