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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.

AHKAAPISTOOTSI’PA

This summer, Alyssa Duck Chief will be facilitating an art intensive for youth ages 12-17. The program starts on July 2, and runs on Tuesdays and Wednesdays throughout July & August at the Deerfoot Sportsplex in Siksika.

Want to Help Create a Film?

Are you an Indigenous youth, aged 12 - 24? Are you interested in helping to create a film as part of the youth component of the 10th Annual Connect Event? Are you free on July 2 at 6 pm?

what do I say to strangers: Exhibition Tour with Shauna Thompson

The works in Among All These Tundras embrace and address concepts of language, land, sovereignty, and home. Join Curator Shauna Thompson for a tour through the works in this exhibition.

Decolonizing Healthcare Congress Day

An open event to learn about decolonizing healthcare institutions To address the inequities and disparities faced by Indigenous patients within the context of our healthcare system by uniting healthcare professionals and... 

Authentically Indigenous Craft Show Spring Edition

A market place showcaseing local indigenous art crafts and much more

Say Hello to our new Vision and Mission

We have been working on our new Vision and Mission since October and we are excited for the start of a new chapter in the story of Canada Bridges. Now the real work begins as we find ways to live out these statements and continue on this journey together.

Indigenous Youth Under Colonization by Justice for Palestinians & Allies

Join us as we host a public forum to share experiences of youth living under colonization in areas of health, education, justice and activism.

Community Futures - T7 Post Secondary Summer Employment Symposium

Community Futures- T7 is hosting their Post-Secondary Summer Employment Symposium on Feb 21, 2019.

Recommended Event: Kiitoki PowWow in Siksika

We look forward to seeing you there! 

Recommended Event!!! - Indigenous Women in the Workplace

Tsuut'ina Police are hosting a presentation and sharing circle about Indigenous Women in the Workplace- for women, employers and anyone who is interested in this topic.

Lets Support the Awo Taan Healing Lodge Society - 14th Annual Sisters In Spirit Vigil

The Awo Taan Healing Lodge Society is A Women's Emergency Shelter in Calgary, Alberta.