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Camilla student wins provincial award for Métis spirit

Camilla student wins provincial award for Métis spirit

Allie Parry teaches others about Métis culture
Local artist creates dreamcatcher for Kamloops tribute

Local artist creates dreamcatcher for Kamloops tribute

Locally-crafted tribute piece to travel to BC to honour 215 children
Honouring National Indigenous Peoples Day

Honouring National Indigenous Peoples Day

Tipi set up at museum, students participate in conservation learning 7
Indigenous History Month a call to action

Indigenous History Month a call to action

"We have so much to offer. We have a rich, vibrant and beautiful culture. The Indigenous way of knowing and being is something that we take great pride in.”
Summer Twoyoungmen: Stoney Nakoda’s next generation of artists, leaders and change makers

Summer Twoyoungmen: Stoney Nakoda’s next generation of artists, leaders and change makers

“We’ve had overdoses for many years, but recently it’s been hitting hard, it’s been one after the other, they keep dropping, and it’s because the pandemic and the dealers are getting brave enough to mix anything and that’s what causing our people to die, almost every day."
Cheyenne Ozînjâ θîhâ: Stoney Nakoda’s next generation of artists, leaders and change makers

Cheyenne Ozînjâ θîhâ: Stoney Nakoda’s next generation of artists, leaders and change makers

“I’m a pretty badass person because I went through a lot and I have a lot of stories to share and a lot of obstacles I had to overcome and still trying to get over.”
Blue Quills getting ready to host international conference

Blue Quills getting ready to host international conference

Everyone is welcomed to register and take part in the World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium (WINHEC) and World Indigenous Research Education Conference (WIREC)
Black Diamond fashion designer embraces Métis heritage

Black Diamond fashion designer embraces Métis heritage

Risa Atkinson is reviving her family heritage in a competition that celebrates the Métis people.
Thomas Snow: Stoney Nakoda’s next generation of artists, leaders and change makers

Thomas Snow: Stoney Nakoda’s next generation of artists, leaders and change makers

“Everything I say, everything I do, everything that I am, it comes from my community and it comes from my family. Any inspiration I have, it’s the community.”
Lita Crawler: Stoney Nakoda’s next generation of artists, leaders and change makers

Lita Crawler: Stoney Nakoda’s next generation of artists, leaders and change makers

“It is challenging, but once you’ve overcome it, you feel proud about yourself. If I don’t ride because I was scared, it bugs me.”