Conference Details: March 28-29, 2019 In Calgary “Mentoring Indigenous Leadership & Resiliency

Using Instagram

See this Forbes article which features Celinne Da Costa is an international life design and story coach story on how she used Instagram to grow her business. Da Costa writes: I started to take my Instagram account seriously in the beginning of 2016, after I realized that people were making money from it. I developed …

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Indigenous Youth, Land & Art

I came across this interview which describes first hand how youth from the Thunder Bay area were involved in a residency program through the Thunder Bay Art Gallery involving art and Land Connection. Through expression. Through renewal. Though art making. Through shared moments and experiences. Space to talk, etc. I think what is important is …

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Indigenous Knowledge Conference Keynote, Andrea Landry

Thunder Bay is so fortunate to have a local Anishinaabe scholar as the keynote of this fall's Indigenous Knowledge Conference. Andrea was more recently featured in a Canadian Parenting Magazine where she talked about "How I’m raising my daughter to be 100 percent, unapologetically Indigenous" where she shares her values and knowledge as she speaks …

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