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June 21 marks National Indigenous Peoples Day. Don't miss the opportunity to celebrate and learn more about the cultural diversity of the First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples by participating in annual events and activities happening across the city. Learn more about National Indigenous Peoples Day.

The Indigenous Relations Office aims to enhance its relationship with Indigenous partners and Communities, while advancing Indigenous Peoples’ inclusion in the City’s opportunities and growth. One of the Office’s main priorities is delivering cultural awareness training to strengthen the Corporation’s capacity to work more effectively with Indigenous Peoples, as well as advising and providing liaison support to City staff to advance reconciliation.

In this area you can learn more about the City of Thunder Bay's Anishinaabe Elders Advisory Council, our Indigenous Relations and Inclusion Strategy, relationship agreements between the City and partners, and the response to the Seven Youth Inquest. Explore supports and services for Indigenous residents, local cultural events and recognition programs, and Indigenous spaces found within the City. We also provide cultural education and inclusion opportunities, and additional Indigenous resources

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