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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.

<b>Wisdom:</b> New exhibit explores link between traditional knowledge and modern technology

Wisdom: New exhibit explores link between traditional knowledge and modern technology

The exhibit immerses audiences in the rich heritage of Indigenous people.
<b>Wisdom:</b> Grand Council Treaty #3 is supporting development of healing camp

Wisdom: Grand Council Treaty #3 is supporting development of healing camp

Healing from complex trauma, addiction, and recidivism is a journey.
<b>Wisdom:</b> New Indigenous owned business looking to help northern communities

Wisdom: New Indigenous owned business looking to help northern communities

A new Indigenous owned business in Dryden is looking to help northern communities who continue to be affected by soaring produce prices.
<b> Wisdom:</b> Marlene Pierre wins Celebrating 50 Years award for service to ONWA and the Native community

Wisdom: Marlene Pierre wins Celebrating 50 Years award for service to ONWA and the Native community

Marlene Pierre won the Ontario Native Women's Association's “Celebrating 50 years” Award at the organization's 2021 Annual General Assembly.
<b>Wisdom:</b> Lurleen Ashkwe earns Dorothy Wynne Achievement Award

Wisdom: Lurleen Ashkwe earns Dorothy Wynne Achievement Award

Lurleen Ashkwe was recognized for her commitment and dedication to her work with Orillia Native Women's Group at the 50th Annual General Assembly and Leadership Conference.
<b>Wisdom:</b> Giinawind – the inclusive “we”

Wisdom: Giinawind – the inclusive “we”

Giinawind Co. is an Indigenous founded and operated collective art space
<b>Wisdom:</b> ONWA celebrates 50 years

Wisdom: ONWA celebrates 50 years

The Ontario Native Women’s Association celebrates 50 years.
<b>Wisdom:</b> New partnership is supporting the wellbeing of children

Wisdom: New partnership is supporting the wellbeing of children

Shania Kids Can has partnered with Shkoday Abinojiiwak Obimiwedoon and United Way of Thunder Bay to support the wellbeing of children in Thunder Bay.
<b>Wisdom:</b> Step Up Campaign works to raise awareness for child abuse

Wisdom: Step Up Campaign works to raise awareness for child abuse

October is Child Abuse Prevention Month.
<b>Wisdom:</b> OpenText and LU partner to create internships for Indigenous students

Wisdom: OpenText and LU partner to create internships for Indigenous students

New program will create up to 25 full-time summer internships for Indigenous students.
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