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Isabel Scribe is a member of the Pimicikamak Cree Nation, also known as Cross Lake in Northern Manitoba. Isabel is a fluent speaker of the Swampy Cree language. Lisa grew up in northern Manitoba, the Interlake and Winnipeg. Isabel and Charles, their children, in ceremonies and with traditions. Isabel provides culturally responsive counselling, therapy, indigenous ceremonies, and empowerment through storytelling, workshops, sharing circles, and much more.

Lisa Muswagon is a member of the Pimicikamak Cree Nation, also known as Cross Lake in Northern Manitoba. She is Nakoda Cree. Lisa grew up in northern Manitoba, the Interlake, and Winnipeg. Her parents, Isabel and Charles, raised Lisa and her siblings in ceremonies and with traditions. She picked up the hand drum to pass on the legacy of storytelling. An intergenerational survivor, Lisa also attended day school at Jack River School and experienced the Residential School System’s effects. She is on the path of breaking cycles, such as learning to speak Cree to pass on to the children and grandchildren.

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Robert is Anishinaabe, raised in his people on the Lake Manitoba First Nation located in the Interlake Region of Manitoba. Robert is a pipe carrier, sweat lodge-keeper and attends the annual ceremony of Sundance. Robert has also hosted Warrior lodges and Eagle dances, to name a few. Over the years, Robert has served his Lake Manitoba First Nation community as both a Council member and Chief. Robert was also a Health Director in two First Nation communities and the Senior Health Policy Analyst for the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs.

 

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Community Focus: Manitoba Filipino Seniors Group

https://youtu.be/MV57jy1evg4 Promoting well-being among both the young and elderly members of the community while preserving Filipino culture is a key aspect of the Filipino Seniors Group of Winnipeg (FSGW). FSGW hosted the first Seniors Sports Fest last March, featuring popular games, including pool, darts, chess and Filipino Sungka. The efforts promoted socialization,Continue Reading

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