imagiNATIVE 2012 Call for Submissions

The imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival is an international festival in Toronto that celebrates the latest works by Indigenous peoples on the forefront of innovation in film, video, radio, and new media. Each fall, the festival presents a selection of the most compelling and distinctive Indigenous works from around the globe. The festival's screenings, parties, panel discussions, and...

Aboriginal Youth Explosion

You are invited to join us in celebrating the voices of Aboriginal youth and young adults at the ABORIGINAL YOUTH EXPLOSION event!

Since November 2011, Bridges Social Development has been working with various youth groups of different ages and backgrounds from First Nations communities to explore and understand their Wisdom Story – the story of who they are, where they have come from,...

Aboriginal Spotlight: Jordy Trottier
Metis Rookie Hockey Player Has Heart of Gold, Will of Steel

Jordy Trottier is fulfilling his dream of playing professional hockey this season. The 23-year-old Metis is a rookie forward with the Illinois-based Bloomington Blaze, who compete in the Central Hockey League (CHL).

The CHL, a minor pro circuit, is considered a couple of steps below the National Hockey League, where Trottier’s uncle Bryan carved himself a Hall of Fame career.During his...

Adobe Youth Voices Aspire Awards
Aspire to Inspire

Adobe Youth Voices is the signature philanthropic effort of the Adobe Foundation intended to empower youth and educators through media making experiences that promote social change.

Adobe Youth Voices is the signature philanthropic effort of the Adobe Foundation intended to empower youth and educators through media making experiences that promote social change. As a part of this effort...

Helping Indigenous Youth Achieve Potential
Indspire Puts Focus on Education to Ensure Indigenous Youth Thrive

Indspire is a charitable organization dedicated to raising funds to deliver programs that provide the tools necessary for Indigenous peoples, especially youth to achieve their potential.

To date, Indspire has awarded more than $42.7 million in scholarships and bursaries to more than 11,500 First Nations, Inuit and Métis recipients nationwide.

Building Brighter Futures: Bursaries...

First Nations take centre stage at Aboriginal Achievement Awards

Dressed in black ties and gowns, 15 recipients of the 19th annual National Aboriginal Achievement Awards will be recognized for career achievements at a celebration Friday night hosted by Burnaby actress Carmen Moore and hockey star Theo Fleury.

“When I was growing up, there weren’t a lot of aboriginal people in the spotlight,” said Moore, who stars in CBC’s Arctic Air. “But it is so...

Beat Nation Remixes Art, Hip Hop and Aboriginal Culture
Breakdancers, snowshoe skateboards, lowrider bikes on display at Vancouver Art Gallery exhibit

Beadwork, carvings and powwow drumming are all part of a new exhibit that opens at the Vancouver Art Gallery, Feb. 25-but not in the forms one might expect.

Instead, visitors to Beat Nation: Art, Hip Hop and Aboriginal Culture will see a beaded MacBook Pro electrical cord, skateboards carved to resemble old-fashioned snowshoes and a video of a breakdancer busting moves to traditional...

Aboriginal Youth Become "UBC Students For A Day"
19th Annual National Aboriginal Achievement Awards

More than 300 Aboriginal high school students will become “university students for a day” when the 19th Annual National Aboriginal Achievement Awards come to Vancouver this week.

On Thursday, Feb. 23, First Nations, Métis and Inuit grade 9-12 students from across British Columbia and the Yukon will take part in hands-on activities that showcase opportunities, programs and services at...

Join Us As We Raise Funds And Awareness To End Violence Against Women And Girls

January 23, 2012, OTTAWA: On February 24th and 25th 2012, at 8pm, V-Day The Sexual Assault Support Centre (SASC) in partnership with Minwaashin Lodge will present a two night only benefit reading of Eve Ensler’s award winning play The Vagina Monologues at The Bronson Centre, 211 Bronson Ave., Ottawa. Tickets start at $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Advanced tickets can be purchased online...

Roots & Shoots for Aboriginal Youth

Do you have an idea for an exciting youth project that will help people, animals or the environment in your community?

Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots is pleased to announce that we are offering small grants of up to $500 for projects to be developed by First Nations, Inuit and Métis groups/communities that make a commitment to being part of the Roots & Shoots for Aboriginal Youth...

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Le Réseau de respect de la vie est un projet de l’Organisation nationale de la santé autochtone. Le site Internet offre des ressources et une information culturellement pertinentes sur la prévention du suicide, pour aider les communautés autochtones à faire face à l’épidémie de suicides qui sévit actuellement chez les jeunes des Premières nations, inuits et métis au Canada.

En plus d’offrir aux jeunes autochtones une place où aller et où lire au sujet d’autres personnes confrontées aux mêmes problèmes, le site permet à ceux et celles qui travaillent avec les jeunes autochtones de se connecter, de discuter et de partager les ressources et les stratégies pour la prévention du suicide. Le répertoire des ressources du site, pour la prévention du suicide, sera régulièrement mis à jour dans l’espoir de fournir aux communautés autochtones un répertoire détaillé de documentation sur la prévention du suicide.

Créé par Santé Canada, ce site Internet est le fruit du travail commun de Indian Health Service aux États-Unis et de la Direction générale de la santé des Premières nations et des Inuits de Santé Canada.

L’Organisation nationale de la santé autochtone (ONSA) est un organisme conçu et contrôlé par des Autochtones dont le seul but est d'influencer et de faire progresser la santé et le bien-être des peuples autochtones en appliquant des stratégies basées sur la connaissance.

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