TVO statement on National Indigenous History Month

National Indigenous History Month at TVO

As a learning organization, TVO Media Education Group (TVO) recognizes the significance of National Indigenous History Month as an opportunity to deepen understanding and appreciation of Indigenous histories, culture, and contributions to our society. This month serves as a reminder of the resilience and richness of Indigenous peoples’ experiences, as well as the ongoing journey toward truth and reconciliation. 

TVO is committed to fostering an inclusive environment that honours Indigenous perspectives, knowledge systems and voices. We do this by including Indigenous educators, Equity Specialists, and content creators in the development of our educational resources. We engage Indigenous journalists, source story ideas from Indigenous contacts and experts, and ensure Indigenous voices are represented on topics that are relavant to the community and society at large in our programming and current affairs journalism. TVO is honoured to engage members of Indigenous communities and those with relevant lived experiences to inform, educate and connect our audiences on Indigenous issues and points of view.  

We stand in solidarity with the Indigenous community and continue to create and advocate for new resources to benefit Indigenous storytellers and their audiences. We acknowledge past injustices and commit to meaningful engagement, collaboration, and allyship. Together, we can work towards building a more just, equitable, and inclusive future for all. 

View TVO’s curation of resources for National Indigenous History Month.