The history of Indigenous peoples in Canada, reconciliation and more.
Indigenous history from the perspective of First Nations in Canada.
Indigenous history from the perspective of Inuit in Canada.
Indigenous history from the perspective of Métis in Canada.
The Government of Canada is working to advance reconciliation and renew the relationship with Indigenous peoples, based on recognition of rights, respect, cooperation and partnership.
Learn more about the rich and diverse cultures, voices, experiences and histories of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples through these interactive resources..
A virtual exhibition that looks at facets of the history of Canada’s Indigenous peoples, based largely on information and artifacts presented in the First Peoples Hall of the Canadian Museum of History.
The Royal Proclamation of 1763 played an important role in laying the foundation for First Nation rights, the treaty-making process and the relationship between First Nations and the Crown.
Information about historic and modern treaties in Canada, treaty rights and the treaty relationship.
First Nations warriors and Métis fighters played important roles defending British territories in the War of 1812 against invading American forces.
Information about the inter-generational damage caused by Indian Residential Schools and the efforts being made to bring a fair and lasting resolution to this chapter in Canadian history.
Commemorating Indigenous peoples’ contributions to the First and Second World Wars, the Korean War and during the post-war years.
Honouring the important contributions made by First Nations, Inuit and Métis veterans in service to Canada.
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