Cultural programming educates and provides understandingContinue reading Tipi Teachings bridges gaps in community
Non-Indigenous reflections on Orange Shirt DayContinue reading The difference of guilt and responsibility
The best things non-Indigenous people can do is listen and learnContinue reading One hundred years of Indigenous history
Working towards understanding and mutual well-beingContinue reading Reclaiming ceremony, knowledge, and identity
Providing a space for younger and older men to connectContinue reading Indigenous Men’s Shed now on Alberta Ave
A unique ministry on the Ave is helping provide support to vulnerable Indigenous individuals with complex issues and who are experiencing particularly difficult situations. Continue reading Ministry provides a welcoming open door Staff foster a nurturing environment that promotes healing
A unique pilot project aims to educate and empower Indigenous men to recognize and speak out about violence against women.
I Am A Kind Man (Néya Napew Na Muton in Cree) is held at the Canadian Native Friendship Centre (CNFC) and originated at the Aboriginal Men’s Violence Program in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Del Anderson, the facilitator, speaks with enthusiasm about the program. Continue reading Indigenous program empowers and educates I Am A Kind Man focuses on violence against women