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National Indigenous Peoples Day News Archive

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Ongomiizwin hosts National Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations

June 23, 2022 — 
The morning of the summer solstice, the John Buhler Research Centre atrium filled with the soft smell of smudge and the sounds of drumming and singing as UM’s faculty, staff and students gathered around in a circle to mark National Indigenous Peoples Day

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Migizii Agamik with Teepee

Recognizing National Indigenous History Month and National Indigenous Peoples Day

June 21, 2022 — 
A message from UM President and Vice-Chancellor Michael Benarroch and Vice-President (Indigenous) Dr. Catherine Cook

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View from the third floor of the Drake Centre. Looking from the balcony, across the way is a study area with glass around it and a sign that says Asper School of Business.

Asper School of Business

National Indigenous Peoples Day: time for reflection and action

June 21, 2022 — 
Today, the Asper School of Business recognizes and celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day. We are located on Treaty 1 Territory, the original lands of Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree and Dene peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation.

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Migizii Agamik

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Top 10 recommended media list from Indigenous community at UM

June 16, 2021 — 
As part of National Indigenous History Month, engaging with Indigenous media can be an active step towards reconciliation

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Recognizing National Indigenous History Month and Indigenous Peoples Day

June 15, 2021 — 
A message from the President and Vice-President (Indigenous)

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Peter Pomart at podium

Asper School of Business

Connecting Indigenous values to business practices

June 19, 2020 — 
Congratulations to Asper PhD student, Peter Pomart [MBA/18], who was award the SSHRC (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council) Doctoral Fellowship.

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An Indigenous student shaking hands with an Elder at the 2019 Traditional Graduation Pow Wow

“We must continue to actively listen to Indigenous voices”

June 17, 2020 — 
As my time as President and Vice-Chancellor nears its end, I am reminded of the many meaningful moments that I have been honoured to experience with the Indigenous community.

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Dr. Catherine Cook in Migizii Agamik

Recognizing Indigenous contributions and resiliency

June 16, 2020 — 
As I think about National Indigenous Peoples Day in relation to current global events, it is now more important than ever that everyone take the time to understand the history of this place we live, including the history before Manitoba became a province and Canada became a country

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Grandmother-in-Residence Lorraine Cameron-Munro and a student at the 30th Annual Traditional Graduation Pow Wow in May.

President’s message on National Indigenous Peoples Day

June 19, 2019 — 
'As a community, we celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day, honouring the rich histories, cultures and traditions, as well as the many contributions, of the First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples of Turtle Island'

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Teepee set up at Indigenous Mini U

U of M celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day

June 19, 2019 — 
The University of Manitoba is celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day with several events taking place June 20 on Bannatyne campus, and June 21 on the Fort Garry campus.

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