Indigenous youth have “HIP” new digital space in honour of National Indigenous Peoples Day

Happy National Indigenous Peoples Day! In honour of National Indigenous Peoples Day, I’m truly pleased to introduce HIP’s new Youth-to-Youth..

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Indigenous Professional Development Bursary

The Rotary Club of Belleville and several local area Indigenous Peoples Partnerships Cluster clubs (IPCC) joined in presenting bursaries to..

St. Theresa Point First Nation Educators Thank Longtime Ally

Retired educator, Order of Canada recipient and former HIP District Co-Ordinator, Strini Reddy was recognized this month for his outstanding..

Rotary Club of Langley Central International Women's Day 2022 Rotary Club of Langley Central International Women's Day 2022

Guest Speaker Phyllis Webstad at International Womens Day

The Rotary Club of Langley Central hosted their annual in-person sold out luncheon in March 2022. Guest speaker was Phyllis..

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