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The City of Moose Jaw and Converging Pathways permanently raised a Treaty Four flag at the Tourism Moose Jaw building.
Money can't give back childhood. Kallie Wood speaks frankly when talking about the effects of the Sixties Scoop on Indigenous peoples and
communities. It was life altering, a shift of language, identity, family and culture, spirituality, at the hands of
It was an incredible experience speaking at Amahoro Conference in Kenya in May. Passing along this comment from Bishop Jackson Khosa at the conference.
For many Canadians, it’s the joy of a long weekend, it’s taking in celebrations, parades and fireworks, it’s gathering diversity from the east coast to the west coast to sing our national anthem and fly our Canadian flags… but then there’s the
It is a gorgeous spring day here on Treaty 4 territory in Saskatchewan and I cannot wait to join you all in Winnipeg at our Gather Women Canada event on June 3!
Chief Dr. Robert Joseph shares his story and spurred us on toward unity at Aboriginal Awareness week this year.
Aboriginal Awareness Week at Briercrest College and Seminary MARCH 6 - 10, 2017. Gain insights to equip you to understand and appreciate the cultural and colonial history, and present complexity, of the lives of Aboriginal Canadians.
Converging Pathways, along with Beyond Connections, will be presenting at the World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education in Toronto in July!
Ontario High School students in Napanee have learned much about Indigenous history and have taken the You Rock Challenge with Beyond Connections and Converging Pathways.
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