National Ribbon Skirt Day

National Ribbon Skirt Day is held every January 4. This day originates with the story of Isabella Kulak. A member of Cote First Nation, Saskatchewan, Isabella was shamed for wearing her handmade ribbon skirt to a formal wear day at her elementary school. Traditionally worn by First Nations and Métis peoples, ribbon skirts are a centuries-old symbol of identity, adaptation, ... Read More

International Day of Education

Education is a human right, a public good and a public responsibility. The United Nations General Assembly proclaimed 24 January as International Day of Education, in celebration of the role of education for peace and development.

International Holocaust Remembrance Day

January 27 marks International Holocaust Remembrance Day, a time to commemorate the victims of the Holocaust while raising awareness and education about its tragedy.

I Love to Read Month

February is I Love to Read Month.  This year’s theme is Our Voices are Unique.

Black History Month

February is the month in which we take the opportunity celebrate the progress, richness and diversity of the achievements and contributions of Blacks in Canada and around the world. This year, the theme is Black Excellence: A Heritage to Celebrate; Future to Build. Looking for information on Black History in Manitoba? Black History Manitoba provides educational information to honour, recognize, ... Read More

2024 Holocaust & Human Rights Virtual Symposium

There is no charge for the symposium, but registration is required. Email: symposium will be virtual and is open to all, though recommended for students in grades 7 through 12.

International Women’s Day

Join us on March 8, 2024, for International Women’s Day under the theme 'Invest in women: Accelerate progress”, and take a stand with us using the hashtag #InvestInWomen