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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> Not just reading, writing and recess, but reflection and reconciliation too

Wisdom: Not just reading, writing and recess, but reflection and reconciliation too

Superior -Greenstone District Schools offer students a variety of knowledge building fun for National Indigenous History Month.
<b>Wisdom:</b> Artists on the north shore: Bruno Henry, fringes and fashion

Wisdom: Artists on the north shore: Bruno Henry, fringes and fashion

Bruno Henry produces; clothing, jewelry, photographs, paintings, baskets, even music.
<b>Wisdom:</b> Cultural Significance of a Pow Wow

Wisdom: Cultural Significance of a Pow Wow

Pow wows are powerful Indigenous gatherings where a number of generations come together to honour traditions.
<b>Wisdom:</b> Ontario Indigenous Friendship Centres improving quality of life for Indigenous people

Wisdom: Ontario Indigenous Friendship Centres improving quality of life for Indigenous people

Indigenous Friendship Centres across the country are important places for Indigenous people living in urban areas. They provide important services, offer supportive programs and continue to promote and teach, Indigenous history, culture, traditions, and language.
<b>Wisdom:</b> The SOAR project

Wisdom: The SOAR project

The intent of the project is to increase awareness and commemorate the history and legacy of St. Joseph’s Residential School in Thunder Bay by making the truth about the residential schools widely accessible through a research report and a curriculum.
<b>Wisdom:</b> Indigenous artist teaches students how to bring Ojibway culture, traditions and teachings alive through art

Wisdom: Indigenous artist teaches students how to bring Ojibway culture, traditions and teachings alive through art

Longlac students had the opportunity to learn unique painting techniques, the significance and history of the Woodland Art form with Ojibway artist Patrick Hunter.
<b>Wisdom:</b> Drumming the foundation for understanding, connection and key part of Indigenous culture and tradition

Wisdom: Drumming the foundation for understanding, connection and key part of Indigenous culture and tradition

For First Nations Peoples, the drum represents Mother Earth and her universal heartbeat. It facilitates the ability to “listen to our soul so we can understand our purpose and our connection to each other in the Circle of Life.
<b>Wisdom:</b> Ojibway with Sault ties makes his mark at 2022 Winter Olympics

Wisdom: Ojibway with Sault ties makes his mark at 2022 Winter Olympics

Talented Indigenous artist brings his Ojibway culture, traditions, and teachings, and alive in his art. Patrick Hunter used these as a backdrop to the design he created for the Canadian Winter Olympic curling teams.
<b>Wisdom:</b> Indigenous artists breathe new life into city bus

Wisdom: Indigenous artists breathe new life into city bus

Seven Indigenous artists' passion was revealed through creative work of art.
<b>Wisdom:</b> Ginoogaming First Nation Training Center making a difference to students

Wisdom: Ginoogaming First Nation Training Center making a difference to students

Ginoogaming First Nations Training Centre is promoting language, culture, traditions and history.
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