Indigenous History Speaker Series
This National Indigenous History Month, explore some of Niagara’s past and present Indigenous connections with this online speaker series featuring commentators specializing in Indigenous history, art and culture.
The Indigenous Month Speaker Series is delivered as a live-streamed, digital event. Tickets grant access using any computer, tablet or mobile device for these live, interactive sessions.
Tickets are $15 per event, or $35 for the series. All sessions begin at 7:00 PM.
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Landscape of Nations Memorial
The Landscape of Nations is a living memorial dedicated to the contributions and sacrifices made by Six Nations and Native Allies on Queenston Heights and equally important, throughout the War of 1812. This Commemorative Memorial affirms the proper place of First Nations peoples at the core of Canadian history and signals their ongoing role in contemporary life and national affairs.Learn More
Speakers and Topics
Check back to see this year’s guest speakers and discussion topics!
- June 2, 2022
- June 16, 2022
- June 30, 2022
Indigenous Connections Along the Niagara Parkway
The land along the Niagara River has been recognized as a spiritual place with rich ties to Indigenous history and culture for many generations. Oral tradition and archaeological evidence indicate that Indigenous peoples have lived along the Niagara River, from Fort Erie north to the shores of Lake Ontario in Niagara-on-the-Lake, for more than 13,000 years. Use our interactive map to discover these Indigenous connections along the Niagara Parkway.