Saskatchewan Working People Celebrate National Aboriginal Day

 

Today, people across Saskatchewan, and across the nation, are celebrating National Aboriginal Day. Since 1996, people have been coming together on June 21 to celebrate First Nations, Métis, and Inuit cultures, to recognize the invaluable contributions of aboriginal peoples to our way of life, and to renew a commitment to ensuring that aboriginal people across the nation achieve true equality.

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