David Onley – A Personal Reflection

Chris Snyder, Chair, HIP(Honouring Indigenous Peoples) We were very saddened to learn of the passing of the former lieutenant-governor of..

HIP Welcomes Jim Louttit to the Team

HIP is pleased to announce the appointment of Jim Louttit to the Board. Jim’s family is from Martin Falls First..

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HIP Welcomes Maurice Switzer to the Team

HIP is pleased to announce the appointment of Maurice Switzer to the Board. A citizen of the Mississaugas of Alderville..

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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