National Indigenous Peoples Day promotional resources
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
Our orders for 2018 are now closed.
Print copies of National Indigenous Peoples Day resources were available to order:
- National Indigenous Peoples Day poster
- National Indigenous Peoples Day temporary tattoo
- Celebrating Indigenous Peoples in Canada – Activity Guide for kids
- Claire and her Grandfather educational story and activities (Bilingual)
- Claire and her Grandfather colouring sheet
- First Nations, Inuit and Métis colouring page
- First Nations, Inuit and Métis temporary tattoo
At nearly every Indigenous cultural gathering you will find fry bread. Leading up to National Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations, #FryBreadFriday is an interactive video campaign that helps bridge generational and cultural divides by inviting people of all ages, and from different cultural backgrounds, to come together to share knowledge and stories through fry bread recipes and cooking techniques. Every Wednesday and Friday from May 25 to June 29, 2018, the campaign will feature videos, stories and images posted on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Be sure to also follow our social media channels (@GCIndigenous and @GCAutochtones) throughout the month to see content that celebrates First Nation, Inuit and Métis cultures.
To participate in our campaigns on social media use the hashtags #FryBreadFriday and #NIPDCanada.