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National Indigenous Peoples Day 2023 – Events & Activities

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1. Celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day at Ambleside Park! Indigenous artists will share traditional art forms with the community. Activities suitable for children will shine a light on
languages, cultures, and the immeasurable contributions of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples. Activities include live performances, traditional storytelling, and Indigenous workshops.


  • Wednesday, June 21, 3:30–8 p.m.
  • Ambleside Park
  • For more information: click here 

2. Bones of Crows, now playing at Cineplex theatres


  • Cree code talker Aline Spears survives her traumatic past in Canada’s residential school system to continue her family’s generational fight against systemic starvation, racism, and
    sexual abuse.
  • Find Showtimes: click here

3. Attend Carnegie Centre’s street party and celebrate Indigenous cultures! The City of Vancouver invites the public to commemorate National Indigenous Peoples Day by joining Carnegie    Community Centre celebrations starting at 1 pm at the 400 block of Main St.


  • Wednesday, June 21, 1pm-6pm
  • Carnegie Community Centre
  • For more information: click here

4. Celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day at the city of Burnaby’s festival! Honour and recognize National Indigenous Peoples Day by joining us for a free community celebration at Edmonds  Park and Plaza. The celebration of Indigenous culture in partnership with Spirit of the Children Society, will begin at noon and will run until 5 pm, featuring a variety of performances that include dance, spoken word, storytelling and artisans.


  • Wed, June 21, 12:00pm – 5pm
  • Edmonds Park and Plaza (7433 Edmonds Street)
  • For more information: click here

5. Indigenous-led Celebration at the Bill Reid Millennium Amphitheatre. Experience local Indigenous cultural sharing, teaching, art, music, entertainment and more, while also tasting
traditional foods at the community kitchen.


  • Wed June 21, 3pm-5pm
  • Bill Reid Millennium Amphitheatre
  • For more information: click here

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