Youth Voices on Why Water is Important

In this video, Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth team up to create a video on why water is important. They talk..

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Celebration of Nations Outstanding Achievement Award

HIP Director, Kahontakwas Diane Longboat was recognized with the Outstanding Achievement for Empathic Tradition Award at the sixth annual Celebrations..

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HIP Welcomes Pat Neuman to the Team

HIP is pleased to announce the appointment of Pat Neuman to the Board. Born and raised on the Prairies, mainly..

TRACKS Posting

TRACKS (Trent Aboriginal Cultural Knowledge and Science) hosted by Trent University is an educational program and prides itself on providing..

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