At the London Environmental Network, we’d like to acknowledge this month as Indigenous History Month. We are inviting all to celebrate and honour Indigenous peoples, their history, and the ways in which they live in harmony and coexistence with the land, waterways, and environment. We’re excited to share an event calendar developed by our Indigenous Relations Coordinator, Aiyana, showcasing some amazing events taking place this month.


JUNE 7TH: “MMIWG2s+ Healing and Justice” (Free)
Wampum Learning lodge at Western University

Drop in or stay all day
A few events of the day includes; waffles and coffee- 9:00am, a presentation
on “patriarchy, MMIWG2s+ & THE LAND: interconnections” by Sara Mai
Chitty at 10:00am, self-event at 10:30am, and a catered lunch at 12:00pm


JUNE 8TH: Ontario Science Centre (Free)
770 Don Mills rd. front entrance


JUNE 11TH: Online event- “Strong Indigenous Voices & their Role” ($20)


Virtual presentation with Tina Stevens
From 6:30pm-8:30pm
Hosted by London Indigenous Teaching & Sharing Circles

Registration link

More information


JUNE 11th: Online Event: Residential School History and Legacy 101 workshops


Hosted by National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation
Register in advance

More details


JUNE 12th: ATTEND: N’Amerind Friendship Centre Annual Children’s Pow Wow (Free)
Prince Charles Public School 1601 Wavell St., London

Grand entry starts at 1:00am

 family friendly event

JUNE 19TH : VIRTUAL EVENT: Public Virtual Hodinohsho:ni Governance Workshop ($10 Donation)


Starts at 6:00pm – 45min workshop and a 45 min Q & A afterwords

 Registration Required

 “The Green” 206-226 Wortley rd

6:00am: Sunrise ceremony
12:00-4:00pm: Main gathering

JUNE 21ST: Indigenous Solidarity Day in Oneida (Free)

Culture, food, fun, fireworks and more

JUNE 22ND: ONLINE EVENT: Indigenous Inclusive Learning Spaces with Candace Linklater (Free)


Hosted by Moms Against Racism’s MAR Talks featuring Guest Speaker Candace Linklater

Register here


JUNE 23RD: Aamjiwnaang First Nation 61st Annual Pow Wow (Free)
 Gates open at 10:00am
More information 

JUNE 23RD: National Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration at Woodland Cultural Centre (Free but $10 donation is suggested)
Woodland Cultural Centre


JUNE 26th: ONLINE EVENT: Indigenous Queerness: The Colonizers Brought the Closet (Free)

Registration required


JUNE 28TH: Huron Multicultural Festival presents Digging Roots & Drives the Common Man (Free)
1 Courthouse Square, Goderich

Registration required