City Celebrates National Indigenous Month 
June is National Indigenous History Month and the City of Timmins encourages all residents to reflect on the heritage, culture, and experiences of our Indigenous Peoples.

The lands on which we live, work and play are the traditional territory of many First Nations, Metis, and Inuit People. In order to understand the history of our city and region, it is important to understand the impact that Indigenous Peoples have made and continue to contribute to our community.

When we talk about truth, healing and reconciliation, it is a journey that all residents, all Canadians, must take together and it starts with a commitment to be part of the solution towards building a safe and inclusive city.

To learn more about how the City of Timmins’ is working to facilitate education and understanding, visit our Indigenous Relations and Inclusion page on

Additional Resources:

Indigenous Advisory Committee
City of Timmins Indigenous Days of Observance
City of Timmins Indigenous Engagement Framework
Memorandum of Understanding – Mushkegowuk Council, City of Timmins
Posted by Amanda Dyer On 6/1/2022 at 9:54 AM  

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