National Indigenous Peoples Day promotional resources
COVID-19: Update on celebrations
Due to the seriousness of the COVID-19 crisis, the Government of Canada invites Canadians to celebrate this year's National Indigenous History Month and National Indigenous Peoples Day at home. Keep yourself, your family and your community safe by following instructions from health officials and other trusted, reliable sources.
You can learn more about the unique heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding contributions of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples by reading a digital copy of one the books from the #IndigenousReads reading list or by exploring a virtual exhibit at your favourite museum.
To celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day, the Government of Canada is pleased to offer a number of free promotional resources as well as fun and educational activities for children.
The National Indigenous Peoples Day poster is available for download and use in PDF and JPG format. The National Indigenous Peoples Day banner can be used:
- on social media
- to assist in the planning of activities that require the production of other promotional activities or items
It is recommended that the graphics and accompanying text remain intact. When reproducing the National Indigenous Peoples Day icon with more than one colour (not black and white) the original red, yellow and black must not be changed.
- National Indigenous Peoples Day poster (3.07 Mb, 1 page)
- National Indigenous Peoples Day poster (bilingual) (3.44 Mb, 2 pages)
The Celebrating Indigenous Peoples in Canada activity guide has trivia, games and crafts for kids, including a:
- mystery message
- trivia quiz
- spot the differences
- bracelet braiding activity
- miming game
- word search
- connect the dots
- colouring page
- fry bread recipe
Order print resources
Orders for our National Indigenous Peoples Day products are closed for this year.
At nearly every Indigenous cultural gathering you will find fry bread. #FryBreadFriday is a video series that celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day through the sharing of fry bread cooking techniques, recipes and stories.
Take a look at the #FryBreadFriday videos and try one of the delicious recipes for yourself!