Posted on June 20, 2022, Updated June 20, 2023

National Indigenous peoples Day is Wednesday, June 21. It is a day for all Canadians to recognize and celebrate the unique heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. Here are some ways you can mark the day:

For more  ideas for how to celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day check out this list from The Canadian Bar Association.

Time to Fill the Gap in Our Education

With the launch of The Path this fall the Law Society looks to fill the gap in the legal profession’s education and understanding of Indigenous peoples’ history, cultures and experiences. Law Society Past Presidents Sacha Paul and Anita Southall reflect on their educational experiences, changes in the law and where they hope The Path will take us.