Indigenous History Month Resources

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June 2022 marks the 12th National Indigenous History Month! During this month, take time to recognize the rich history, heritage, resilience, and diversity of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Peoples across Canada.


Access a growing catalogue of Indigenous-created content on the National Film Board's website for free in the Indigenous Cinema library. The catalogue includes projects about a variety of topics in several languages. Videos vary in length and some of the videos are decades old.

Indigenous Cinema

Also check out these films available through in the Cornwall Public Library catalogue!

Beans (2020)
A showing of this film is happening on Saturday, June 4 @ 10 A.M. in Programming Room 1 & 2
Note: The film stars Mohawk actress Kiawentiio Tarbell from Akwesasne!


Indian Horse (2017)
A showing of this film is happening on Saturday, June 18 @ 10 A.M. in Programming Room 1 & 2.
Note: The film is based on a novel of the same name from the late Richard Wagamese.


Wildhood (2021)
Showings of this film are happening on Wednesday, July 13 @ 6 P.M. & Friday, July 15 @ 2 P.M. in Programming Room 1 & 2.