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Story Jams - 2020 Review

Thank you to all our supporters, volunteers, community members, partners, youth storytellers and changemakers for your continued support in creating spaces like these events for youth to show up, stand up, and be heard! 

Happy Holidays From The Canada Bridges Team

We know that everyone is at different places right now, but we would love your connection with this work to continue into the new year and beyond. We all have different gifts and have seen the magic that can happen when we bring them all together.

Diversifying Organizational Leadership - Conversation with GlobalFest

Our Executive Director Alyssa spoke on a panel about Diversifying Organizational Leadership this past Fall. The conversation highlights significant learning and growth in our organization and in other organizations around Calgary. Check it out!

A Word From The Congo

"SOS Congo and Canada Bridges are now presented with another neat opportunity to partner and do some youth leadership in the community...looking forward to working together and seeing what we can co-design moving forward."

Welcome to Wacey Little Light!

"Using all the tools available through online technologies, promoting collaboration across borders has never been easier. Bringing together the many different talents that Treaty 7 youth bring to the table is what truly excites me about the program"

Spooky Cupcakes and Spookier Stories - Story Jam

Decorate some spooky cupcakes and hear our youth storytellers share about how they are conquering the monster we call anxiety.

Drive In Story Jam at Telus Spark - Sept 29

TELUS Spark has made our dream of a Story Jam Drive-In come true! Tickets are free but make sure to grab them fast.

The Importance Of Supporting Youth to Become Change Leaders

I love to see youth thrive and be successful. Indigenous youth are needed as change leaders in their communities.

Nikso' Kowaiks: Indigenous Film Making with Disa Crow Chief

Indigenous people are the original storytellers and are natural visual learners. Learn how film making ties in with decolonization and the importance of indigenous representation.

Support Youth And Have Your Donation Matched

Youth are so powerful - our job is to listen, support and uphold youth in becoming change leaders. 

Announcing Indigenous Rising Treaty 7

Indigenous Rising Treaty 7 is an initiative shaped by Indigenous youth leaders from communities throughout Treaty 7, providing space and opportunity to make ideas and projects happen.

Support Youth Leadership and Have Your Donation Matched

Youth community leadership is needed now, more than ever! Please make a gift before August 30 so we can support young leaders to create a new and stronger normal for everyone.