A land acknowledgement is a single act of reconciliation. Recent version of land acknowledgements have been inspired by the 94 Calls-to-Action published in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada report.
A young Indigenous high school artist, Amberlee King, struggled with the loss of her father. When Amberlee was asked to paint a mural for the Project Journey Classroom, she immediately accepted.
HIP is excited to welcome and announce the appointment of Leona Anoine, of the Nlka’pamux/Sylix Nation and a Lower Nicola Indian Band Member
With the closure of Dennis Franklin Cromarty (DFC) High School in Thunder Bay in March, the beginning of a new school year in September meant some real challenges for the hundreds of students, many from remote fly-in communities, who will shortly return to the community.
Oakville Ontario has created 60 km of trails that provide information plaques about the community’s history including two specifically that highlight Indigenous heritage.
HIP Board Member Karen MacKenzie explores the role Indigenous culture and practices play in contributing to building new economies in a podcas
HIP Board Member, Suzanne Katsi’tsiarihshion Brant has been appointed as a member of the Premier’s Council on Equality of Opportunity. HIP congratulates Suzanne on her appointment!
he 2021 Masters Indigenous Games will take place August 5-8, 2021 on the traditional territory and homelands of the Algonquin Peoples,
Indigenous Sport & Wellness Ontario distributed COVID-19 relief clothing/sports equipment to remote northern Indigenous communities hardest hit by the pandemic.…
Despite the disruption of the pandemic, Indigenous 150+ has seen many positive changes. The launch of Indigenous 150+ Podcast Series…