Summer Solstice National Indigenous Peoples Day
Updated: Jul 14
Photo by Madeleine M Langlois, MaddyLane Designs
Inspired by nature
Wishing you all a magical Summer Solstice and season.
June 21 is a very symbolic day to indigenous people of Canada. This date was chosen to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day because it corresponds to the summer solstice, the longest day of the year and a time of year that many Indigenous groups have traditionally celebrated their distinct culture, heritage, language and spiritual beliefs. Let's continue to honoured them. We can learn a lot from their history.
Enjoy this day!
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