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Wisdom features stories related to the unique history, culture and traditions of Indigenous communities.

This section is made possible by our Community Leaders Program.

Blue Sky Community Healing Centre is staying ahead of its time

Blue Sky Community Healing Centre is staying ahead of its time

Since 2005, the Blue Sky Community Healing Centre has helped people with empowerment and self-healing.
Reflecting with the Ontario Native Women’s Association

Reflecting with the Ontario Native Women’s Association

Mona Hardy in ONWA’s latest issue of She is Wise.
A new partnership for Ojibwe artist Patrick Hunter

A new partnership for Ojibwe artist Patrick Hunter

Hunter and Purolator are combining forces to make the holidays a little brighter.
Cynthia Nault is painting waves through Thunder Bay <b>(8 photos)</b>

Cynthia Nault is painting waves through Thunder Bay (8 photos)

A local artist is striving for local and universal inclusivity.
Local healer is helping change the voice of Thunder Bay

Local healer is helping change the voice of Thunder Bay

Nurse practitioner Crystal “Zee” Hardy is a contributing writer in new book from Golden Brick Road Publishing House.
Indigenous hairstylist putting Thunder Bay on the map <b>(11 photos)</b>

Indigenous hairstylist putting Thunder Bay on the map (11 photos)

How a local hair professional is bringing gender inclusivity to her styling chair.
Crystal “Zee” Hardy is decolonizing Thunder Bay’s airwaves <b>(4 photos)</b>

Crystal “Zee” Hardy is decolonizing Thunder Bay’s airwaves (4 photos)

Crystal “Zee” Hardy hit Thunder Bay's airwaves last September with her radio show Zee's Place.
Indigenous lawyer is making strides

Indigenous lawyer is making strides

Etienne Esquega continues his success during Covid-19.
Indigenous Food Circles shape food sovereignty

Indigenous Food Circles shape food sovereignty

The Indigenous Food Circle’s partnership with the Thunder Bay District Health Unit.
Indigenous Food Circle a standing force during COVID-19 <b>(2 photos)</b>

Indigenous Food Circle a standing force during COVID-19 (2 photos)

Surviving and thriving during a global pandemic.