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June is National Aboriginal History Month

June is National Aboriginal History Month. This is an opportunity to honour Indigenous heritage and celebrate Indigenous contributions and cultures. To learn about Canada's oppression and exploitation of Indigenous Peoples, visit: http://

June is Pride Month

June is Pride Month. It presents an opportunity to reflect on the progress made to recognize and protect the rights of LGBTQ2S+ communities and the work that still needs to be done.

June is Seniors’ Month

June is Seniors’ Month month in Ontario. It is a time when we recognize the contributions that older adults have made in communities across our province.

June 1st, Injured Workers Day

June 1st, Injured Workers Day, we pay respect to the hundreds of workers who have died or become injured on the job.

June 21st, National Aboriginal Day

June 21st, National Aboriginal Day is a day recognising and celebrating the cultures and contributions of the First Nations, Inuit and Métis Indigenous peoples in Canada.