Educators please do NOT share your personal login details with your students, as it is individual to your account. Also please do NOT ask them to register directly on the website as they will be viewing the event through your shared screen.
Once your are registered, click here to login. If you are a student, please get a link from your Teacher.
All sessions will be presented in Eastern Time (ET).
Yes, sessions will be available for viewing a few days after the Virtual Event until Friday, June 24, 2022.
Make sure you’re logged in, go to the Agenda page and select Watch Live.
To watch On Demand sessions make sure you’re logged in, go to the Agenda page and click on the title of each session you are interested in viewing. Add it to your agenda by clicking on the “Register and Add to my Agenda” button. You can then watch by clicking the play button.
You must already be registered for the event in order to watch sessions. You may add the sessions you want to your agenda if you wish.
Yes, go for it! When in a session, click the myNotes tab, type and export them later on.
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National Indigenous Peoples Day was announced in 1996 by then Governor General of Canada, Roméo LeBlanc, through the Proclamation Declaring June 21 of Each Year as National Aboriginal Day.
Huronia Historical Parks is hosting National Indigenous Peoples Day Virtual Experience on June 21, 2022 and this celebration was the result of consultations and support by various Indigenous partners and community members.
Virtual National Indigenous Peoples Day 2022
Presented by Huronia Historical Parks
16164 Highway 12, Midland, ON L4R 4K8
(705) 526-7838 | email@example.com