Impressions of Culture Days
Gathering the public’s feedback on their experiences during Culture Days is important for the national organization, provincial partners, and event organizers. Each year we team up with our research partners at Maru/Matchbox to conduct surveys of both the general public and Culture Days attendees. Through these surveys, we can better evaluate the role of the three weeks of cross-country Culture Days events, and hone in on some measurable impacts.
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SATISFACTION IN 2022 CULTURE DAYS EVENTS
NATIONAL DAY FOR TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION
In 2022, in support of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, Culture Days began setting aside September 30th to exclusively highlight events that are centred around Truth and Reconciliation, and that are led by or organized in direct partnership with members of Indigenous communities.
OTHER POSITIVE IMPACTS OF ATTENDING CULTURE DAYS