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Kiskeyihtamowin: Knowledge Learning

December 17th 2018

Tânisi, Bob Nitisikâson, niya apihtawîkosisan: A phrase I have said over and over again. I often still stumble over some of the sounds and my mouth attempts to wrap around the fluidity of nêhiyâwêwin – The Cree language. But I am getting it, slowly. Apsîs – a little bit. That   ▸


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Thank You, Leopold's Tavern!

December 11th 2018

“Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus. He exists as certainly as love and generosity and devotion exist, and you know that they abound and give to your life its highest beauty and joy,” so wrote Francis Pharcellus Church of the New York Sun in 1897. And, though the world   ▸


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Youth Lodge Keeper Perspective

August 16th 2018

What was your experience as a Youth Lodge Keeper at summer camp? "Well, my biggest take away from camp was that, I grew up in a very traumatic home and a lot of abuse-emotionally‚Ķ whatever. And when I was young, when I went to camp it was the only time   ▸


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Cultural Identity Camp

August 14th 2018

On July 24th, a group of Indigenous youth came together at Pathways for a sacred circle and paint ceremony led by Elder, Grant Little Mustache before embarking on their journey through Southern Alberta. All youth and staff received a medicine bag blessed by Grant, for the purpose of collecting and   ▸


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