National Indigenous Peoples Day Celebrations featured

People in canoes arrive at Esquimalt Lagoon

As the 21 co-hosts of National Indigenous Peoples Day 2022 prepared to welcome the community to celebrate, IndigiNews, CHEK NEWS, Victoria Island Free Press, Victoria Buzz, and Victoria News  highlighted the schedule of events for National Indigenous Peoples Day.

Here is an excerpt from Victoria News:

National Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations are returning to Royal Roads University June 21, promising a day full of activities, cultural traditions, and friendly competition for the entire community.

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“Activities on the grounds taking place until closing at 3 p.m., will bring opportunities to gather, play, learn and enjoy tasty food together, and include children’s field games and craft tent, a frybread station, vendors market and food trucks, an interactive Métis showcase and storytelling and songs in Tipi. There will also be an Elders’ tent and traditional plant walks on Charlie’s Trail along Colwood Creek with Cowichan Elder Kenneth Elliott.”

Read full articles on IndigiNews, CHEK NEWS, Victoria Island Free Press, Victoria Buzz, and Victoria News.

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