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Artist Danii Kehler Shares The Story Behind "Lady in Red"

An almost magical story about an important piece of art- Danii Kehler shares her story of how believing in herself and her vision has led her to her wildest dream coming true.

Alyssa's Story - Have Your Donation Matched

We want to create more opportunities for youth to show up, stand up and be heard, throughout our society. Support our organization and have your donation matched!

Support Youth Potential - Have Your Donation Matched

For every $1 you contribute, Canada Bridges will receive $2 to continue supporting youth to show up, stand up and be heard! 

AYE excitement!

Trevor Solway of Siksika offers some of his learnings in the lead up to AYE this Saturday.

Canada Bridges welcomes research fellow, Allison Duckchief of Siksika Nation

Allison Duckchief was selected as one of 9 students for the first fellowship of its kind at MRU. We are thrilled that Allison will be using her research skills to help develop our next youth leadership programs.

Waitlist For A Youth Explosion - AYE 2019

We are currently out of tickets. Please join our waitlist in case tickets become available, and sign up multiple times if you need multiple tickets.

Welcome to Russ Baker!

We are happy to have Russ on the team, and excited about the vision he and partner-in-crime Shalome Hope are co-developing with youth for the mentorship program! 

Save the Date! A Youth Explosion - AYE 2019

AYE 2019 is just around the corner, so save the date!

Sisters On The Edge

In watching the three of them easily joke and interact as friends, my heart is full in knowing that the program has led to this quality of connection. 

We're Looking for a Mentorship Program Manager to Join Our Team!

We are searching for an energetic relationship builder and community leader to support the development of mentorship initiatives for youth and young adults in partnership with other community based organizations and change leaders across Treaty 7. 

Celebrating Indigenous Peoples @ Banff Centre: Film Screening with the Stoney Nakoda AV Club

As part of the National Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations, The Nakoda AV Club will be screening its first full length film, a "dogumentary" called Ahomapénî; Relations and Rez Dogs.

Seen, Heard, Valued

On November 16th, local youth will host a storytelling event open to the public. The event will provide a stage for approximately 20 performers (age 16 – 30) to stand up and share their wisdom with a diverse audience through a wide variety of art forms.