On May 27, the First Nations community was shaken when the remains of 215 First Nations children were found in unmarked graves on what was once a Catholic-run Residential School in Kamloops, B.C. Some of the children were as young as three years old. According to the Truth and ReconciliationContinue Reading

On May 27, the First Nations community was shaken when the remains of 215 First Nations children were found in unmarked graves on what was once a Catholic-run Residential School in Kamloops, B.C. Some of the children were as young as three years old. According to the Truth and ReconciliationContinue Reading

Anishinaabe Elder, Dr. David Courchene with The Turtle Lodge International Centre for Indigenous Education and Wellness in Sagkeeng First Nation has been looking for an opportunity to create a project with cultural and spiritual magnitude for Indigenous peoples. He had that opportunity by creating a series of vignettes carrying theContinue Reading

On May 27, the First Nations community was shaken when the remains of 215 First Nations children were found in unmarked graves on what was once a Catholic-run Residential School in Kamloops, B.C. Some of the children were as young as three years old. According to the Truth and ReconciliationContinue Reading

On May 27, the First Nations community was shaken when the remains of 215 First Nations children were found in unmarked graves on what was once a Catholic-run Residential School in Kamloops, B.C. Some of the children were as young as three years old. According to the Truth and ReconciliationContinue Reading

The world is constantly changing, and if you don’t adapt, you’ll fall behind. That is equally so for businesses, adjusting their practices and mindsets to become sustainable and ensure social innovation. But what is social innovation? “Social Innovation, like many other things, became a phrase that many people may notContinue Reading

Previous Next A Winnipeg organization is working with the community to show their love and support for Winnipeg’s Nurses and front-line health care workers, who have experienced the trauma and pressure of caring for the sick during three waves of the virus. The Women of Colour Community Leadership Initiative (WCCLI)Continue Reading

Olawole Taiwo Luro is a considerable proprietor of technology and believes if you don’t get on board with it, you’ll fall behind. A Career Consultant/E-Learning Specialist, Taiwo helps clients find meaningful work related to prior learning and career experiences through guided self-exploration, group and personalized occupational coaching services. Seven yearsContinue Reading