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These stories about unique history, culture and traditions of Indigenous communities are made possible through the continued support of PDR Contracting as part of our Community Leaders Program.

Voices of Indigenous women <b>(5 photos)</b>

Voices of Indigenous women (5 photos)

ONWA’s virtual conference She is Wise gave Indigenous women, and their voice, a platform for representation.
Thunder Bay university to launch Indigenous Law and Justice Institute

Thunder Bay university to launch Indigenous Law and Justice Institute

Lakehead University’s Bora Laskin Faculty of Law will receive up to $437,000 in funding from the federal government to launch a new indigenous law and justice institute. 
She is Wise Conference a virtual success

She is Wise Conference a virtual success

Making their third annual She is Wise conference virtual, ONWA discovered the importance of keeping the connection.
The power of creating

The power of creating

Artists Leanna and Jean Marshall have created a space for grief and celebration in a new exhibit at the Thunder Bay Art Gallery.
Keeper of cradles

Keeper of cradles

Dakobinaawaswaan (Baby in a Cradleboard) showcases the beauty of motherhood and legacy of Indigenous traditions with more than 100 cradleboards.
Indigenous art online auction to help change lives through learning

Indigenous art online auction to help change lives through learning

Confederation College's Indigenous Art Online Auction will begin on Friday at 9 a.m.
Thunder Bay Art Gallery continues to support and highlight Indigenous artists and curators

Thunder Bay Art Gallery continues to support and highlight Indigenous artists and curators

What began as a National Exhibition Centre in the 1970s now serves the public as the largest public gallery in Northwestern Ontario specializing in the work of contemporary Indigenous artists.
Helping Thunder Bay’s Indigenous community with a holistic approach to healthcare

Helping Thunder Bay’s Indigenous community with a holistic approach to healthcare

Anishnawbe Mushkiki is empowering families to live a balanced, traditional way of life for optimal health and well-being.
Local business camp is helping to scale up Indigenous women-led businesses

Local business camp is helping to scale up Indigenous women-led businesses

PARO Centre for Women Enterprises is hosting a 15-week BIZCamp Pilot to support Indigenous women in building their business.
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.