The entire month of June is National Indigenous History Month. But today – today is National Indigenous Peoples Day. A time to reflect and celebrate the varied Indigenous Peoples, First Nations, Metis and Inuit here on this land. We acknowledge the treaties (14 and 22 from 1806) that we improvise on are the traditional lands of the Mississuagas of the Credit First Nation and are historically important to many other peoples, documented and undocumented because of where we are situated on the Lake. In honour of the day and the entire month, we encourage you to read or listen and learn. Take time to understand the history of the land, the treaties and the uncomfortable truths that must be acknowledged before anything like reconciliation can happen.