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Intergenerational Wisdom - A Film By Ethan Twoyoungmen

The main purpose of this film is to inspire Indigenous youth across Alberta, possibly Canada! Being an Indigenous young adult is challenging, not to mention the obstacles that youth are facing

A Youth Explosion (AYE) 2019 Video

We are very excited to share the video of our 2019 A Youth Explosion (AYE) event. Many thanks to Trevor Solway for the video summary of a special night - so many memories come back after watching it!

Story Jam - Capturing Your Visions

April’s Story Jam will be hosted by Danii Kehler who is walking us through how to create vision books and do some goal setting.

We Won't Be Stopped!

Our stories are not cancelled, our community of storytellers and leaders are not cancelled, we are not cancelled! It’s a unique time to get more creative and discover news ways of doing things! 

Gentle Action In Challenging Times

How do we listen to those who are in different places, spaces, and realities than our own? How can you connect with them and build empathy, compassion, and shared understanding that makes our collective responses stronger?

Indigenous Mentorship Learning Day: Enhancing Parallel Learning on Jan 30

Do you or your organization have experience mentoring Indigenous youth? Do you want to explore the connection between Elders and youth? Are you willing to share your learning and hear what others have learned? Join us on Jan 30!

A Youth Explosion 2019 - A Year Like No Other!

AYE has always had this amazing ripple effect. The youth presenters encourage, inspire and change the people who hear their stories, which then ripples out to more people feeling empowered to share their stories...

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! 

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.

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! 

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.