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Celebrating Achievements in Reconciliation


In June, Canada celebrates both National Indigenous History Month and National Indigenous Peoples Day (on June 21) to honour the history, heritage, diversity and outstanding achievements of First Nations, Métis and Inuit.

To commemorate these occasions, and in collaboration with the Community of Practice for Indigenous Training and Development, we have invited Indigenous federal public service employees to share stories of the work they have been doing to advance reconciliation. Join us for an inspiring conversation and learn more about the way ahead.


  • Joshua Komangapik, Planner, Nunavut Field Unit, Parks Canada
  • Kathy Hanson, Cooperative Management Advisor, Nunavut Field Unit, Parks Canada
  • Meagan Commonda, Indigenous Community Liaison, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
  • Aarin Crawford, Indigenous Liaison Officer, Parks Canada


Georgina Lloyd, Director General, Implementation Branch, Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada

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