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Ribbon Skirt

February 16th 2022

    Ribbon Skirt by Tessa Baily Miskanawah’s Oskayapewis (“worthy helper”) program is proud to offer traditional teachings, skill-building, and crafts to youth year-round. Despite challenges that have arisen from COVID-19, Oskayapewis staff have found creative ways to maintain safety, build connection, and pass down traditional teachings.One of our most recent workshops,   ▸


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National Indigenous Peoples Day

June 9th 2021

National Indigenous Peoples Day This June 21, 2021, we celebrate the 25th Anniversary of National Indigenous Peoples Day. The day is designated to honour and recognize the diverse cultures and outstanding achievements of all First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples of Canada. National Indigenous People’s Days is the same day   ▸


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Men's Healing Camp

November 2nd 2020

    Miskanawah Men’s Healing Camp by Erin “Ellie” Henderson Taking place September 30th through October 2nd, 2020, Miskanawah hosted its fourth annual Men’s Healing Camp. This camp provides an important opportunity for men from various walks of life to come together and explore multiple avenues and perspectives to healing through culture   ▸


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Land of Dreams

October 6th 2020

   Land of Dreams by Erin “Ellie” Henderson In partnership with the Calgary Catholic Immigration Society (CCIS), Miskanawah is excited to welcome families to the Land of Dreams! Located on Treaty 7 territory in Southeast Mohkinstsis (Calgary), the Land of Dreams project offers the unique opportunity to build connections between Indigenous peoples   ▸


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