Graphic for Asian Canadian Heritage Month, showing a silhouette at the bottom in red of the Toronto skyline. In a circle around the silhouette of the CN Tower are drawn diverse symbols of Asian faith, heritage and culture, including a hand fan, an elephant, a cherry blossom, a camel, a lotus flower, a paifang, and more. On the left of the circle is a cherry blossom branch with pink cherry blossoms flowering on it. Graphic for Polish Canadian Heritage Month, showing colourful vector drawings of flowers, leaves, cockerels and feathers reminiscent of the style of wycinanki Polish folk art.

The Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) is proud to celebrate Asian Canadian Heritage Month and Polish Canadian Heritage Month in May.

We celebrate Polish Canadian Heritage Month in May and Polish Canadian Heritage Day on May 3. Polish Canadian Heritage Month recognizes the impact that Polish Canadians have had on Canada's history, culture and democratic institutions.

Access more information and resources on our Polish Canadian Heritage Month page.

Asian Canadian Heritage Month month acknowledges the long and rich history of Asian Canadians and their contributions to Canada. It also provides an opportunity for Canadians across the country to reflect on and celebrate the contributions of Asian Canadians to the growth and prosperity of Canada.

Access more information and resources on our Asian Canadian Heritage Month page.