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Michael Kusugak Inuit Storyteller

Michael Kusugak Inuit Storyteller

Michael Kusugak grew up in Repulse Bay, NWT (now Nunavut). During his childhood, his family travelled by dog sled, living a traditional Inuit lifestyle. He is the author of seven picture books, including Northern Lights: The Soccer Trails; Hide and Seek; My Arctic 1, 2, 3; and Baseball Bats for Christmas; and was co-writer of A Promise Is a Promise (with Robert Munsch).

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Kanaka Bar

Kanaka Bar

Kanaka Bar Indian Band is also known as T'eqt''aqtn'mux; the crossing place people. 

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Indigenous Youth Wellness

Indigenous Youth Wellness

Cuystwi is a health promotion and suicide prevention interactive on-line training in the form of a quest that sends youth through a series of activities that are both on line and within their community based youth groups.

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All Nations Trust Company

All Nations Trust Company

All Nations Trust Company is Aboriginal owned and its shareholders are comprised of Bands, Tribal Councils, Aboriginal Organizations, Métis Associations, Status, Non-Status and Métis individuals.

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Xa'xtsa First Nation

Xa'xtsa First Nation

Xa'xtsa is made up of two communities: Port Douglas, which is situated at the northern end of Little Harrison Lake, and Tipella which is on the west side of the Lillooet River.

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Victoria Native Friendship Centre

Victoria Native Friendship Centre

The Victoria Native Friendship Centre (VNFC) provides services to an estimated 15,000 Aboriginal people living off reserve in the greater Victoria area; as well as the 5,000 residents from the First Nations communities in the southern Vancouver Island region.

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Vancouver Native Health Society

Vancouver Native Health Society

Vancouver Native Health Society (VNHS) was established in 1991 with a mission to improve and promote the health of individuals with a focus on the Aboriginal community residing in Greater Vancouver. 

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Stan Wesley

Stan Wesley

Stan engages & entertains audiences with his unique style of fun and depth in presentations, keynotes, emcee and facilitation services. Stan speaks on a variety of issues with a focus on celebrating success and advancing good, healthy relations among Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal peoples. We are proud to call Stan a friend.

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Métis Family Services

Métis Family Services

Through their goals of Cultural Enhancement, Family Strengthening and Guardianship, Métis Family Services provides support to the needs of the Métis community.

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Nicomen Indian Band

Nicomen Indian Band

Nicomen Indian Band is located 15km from Lytton, BC.

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Metro Vancouver Aboriginal Executive Council

Metro Vancouver Aboriginal Executive Council

MVAEC is comprised of Executive Directors from diverse urban off-reserve Aboriginal organizations.  With over 20 member organizations, MVAEC represents the vast majority of off-reserve, urban Aboriginal people in Metro Vancouver.

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Stewart Steinhauer Stone Sculpture

Stewart Steinhauer Stone Sculpture

Stewart Steinhauer is an Indigenous stone sculptor and amazing man. Jeff was inspired by Stewart to pursue stone carving and seeks feedback and mentorship. The stone carving on the "Our Work" page was made by Jeff.

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Cando

Cando

Cando is a national Aboriginal organization involved in community economic development. We build capacity which strengthens Aboriginal economies by providing programs and services to Economic Development Officers.

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Aboriginal Healing Foundation

Aboriginal Healing Foundation

We originally developed this site for AHF in 2005. Now that they have closed doors, they asked us to archive this site on our servers for the time-being.

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Learning Circles for Aboriginal Nursing

Learning Circles for Aboriginal Nursing

Learning Circles for Aboriginal Nursing (LCAN) is a collaboration of working professionals, Aboriginal Health Authorities, Aboriginal Organizations, and Schools of Nursing, who have come together to link Vancouver Islands First Nation communities in contributing to the wellness of Aboriginal people.

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First Nations Safety Council of BC

First Nations Safety Council of BC

FNSC is a Health and Safety Association (HSA) with a mandate to support First Nations of British Columbia in all aspects of Occupational Safety and Health. 

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