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Land Acknowledgement November 10, 2021 - Recognition of First Nation, Métis. and Inuit Veterans and Serving Member and Veterans

National Indigenous Veterans Day (also known as National Aboriginal Veterans Day)

National Indigenous Veterans Day (also known as National Aboriginal Veterans Day) is an official remembrance day observed in Canada on November 8th.

It was created in 1994, with the first remembrance day being held in Winnipeg, by indigenous veterans, to recognize the service and contributions to military service made by First Nations, Métis, and Inuit men and women who served in the First and Second World Wars, the Korean War, Afghanistan, U.N. Peace Keeping missions, and active members of the Canadian Military and Militia. 

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