Ottawa Senators Hosting Indigenous Peoples Appreciation Night on December 6

The Ottawa Senators will be hosting their annual Indigenous Peoples Appreciation Night on Tuesday, December 6th, when they take on the Los Angeles Kings. Before the puck drops, the Sens will be hosting a hockey clinic for Akwesasne youth through the “First Assist” program. They will also be hosting an open skate for Indigenous children. […]

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Pibòn (Winter) Festival is Back at Madahoki Farm From December 8 to 11

Indigenous Experiences has announced that the Pibòn (Winter) Festival will be back at Madahoki Farm, just in time for the holiday season. Taking place from Thursday, December 8 to Sunday, December 11, the Pibòn (Winter) Festival will feature live performances, storytelling, delicious winter food, as well as an Indigenous Makers Market among other events. Attendees […]

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Wabano Centre Hosting Indigenous Family Vaccine Clinic on November 26th

If you’re a member of one of Ottawa‘s Indigenous communities, and you’re still looking for a bivalent COVID-19 booster, you can now book an appointment with the Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health. Furthermore, the Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health will be hosting an Indigenous Family Vaccine Clinic on Saturday, November 26th from 10am to 4pm. […]

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DJ Shub Among 2022 Indigenous Entrepreneur Award Winners

The second annual Indigenous Entrepreneur Awards announced winners last week, including Mohawk artist DJ Shub. The event, held by the non-profit organization Pow Wow Pitch, recognizes and encourages the entrepreneurial spirit of Indigenous peoples, as well as celebrates Indigenous excellence. DJ Shub received the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC) Creative Award, along with a […]

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Mastercard Foundation’s EleV Program Sets Bold Goals For Indigenous Youth

The Mastercard Foundation has announced that they have set a goal to help 100,000 Indigenous youth through their EleV program. The EleV program seeks to transform education and employment platforms by the year 2030, in order to better accommodate Indigenous youth. The EleV program was first established in 2017, and supports Indigenous youth through post-secondary […]

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