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As Indigenous & Non-Indigenous Partners we are committed to walking together and working on shared challenges to build a better world for future generations. Join our movement

YOUTH-to-youth

Empowering the next generation of leaders by uniting Indigenous and Non-Indigenous youth and inspiring them to take action towards creating sustainable environmental change.
Lake Massawippi

Greg Bishop Swims Lake Massawippi

In 2020, Greg Bishop from North Hatley, Quebec collaborated with the local marina to create and plan a gathering place..

Fort Edmonton Indigenous Peoples Experience

New “Indigenous Peoples Experience” at Fort Edmonton

Fort Edmonton Park has opened this summer after extensive renovations including a new Indigenous Peoples Experience that tells many personal stories from centuries ago to the present.

Tylie Jimmy John

How Cultural Studies Is Life Changing

Stories are very powerful. John Andresen, incoming President of the Rotary Club of High River, recently read a story about Eden..

This Canada Day

On Canada Day this year we ask you to please wear an orange shirt to acknowledge the children who never came home and take time to reflect on the true stories of Canada’s past. Make a commitment to understand the journey to today

Take Action!

More than ever before, the changing times we live in inspire us to come together in collaboration. By walking together, and leveraging each others’ strengths, we can build a better world for future generations.

By gaining awareness and understanding for each others’ differences and environments, communities begin to break down harmful stereotypes and acknowledge contributions of both Indigenous and Non-Indigenous peoples.

HIP was co-created with a strong list of stakeholders including Indigenous Elders, Rotarians, Teachers, Education Councillors, Knowledge Keepers and other ethical leaders.

Thank you for visiting us. We invite you to explore HIP’s growing list of resources.