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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.

Youth immersed in water conservation journey across the north shore <b>(9 photos)</b>

Youth immersed in water conservation journey across the north shore (9 photos)

A local Anishnaabe woman is mentoring youth with a non-profit dedicated to the preservation of water.
Local hostel provides place of comfort for international community <b>(5 photos)</b>

Local hostel provides place of comfort for international community (5 photos)

Haven Hostel has provided international students with a stable place to stay during the school year.
A cultural service-model

A cultural service-model

How Tikinagan is bringing traditional values and customs to family welfare in Thunder Bay.
Revolutionizing change through education

Revolutionizing change through education

Indigenous professor bringing transformation to Thunder Bay through academia.
An all-inclusive space bringing true hospitality to Thunder Bay <b>(8 photos)</b>

An all-inclusive space bringing true hospitality to Thunder Bay (8 photos)

In Common, a not so common local restaurant.
Bringing Thunder Bay closer together through cultural teachings <b>(6 photos)</b>

Bringing Thunder Bay closer together through cultural teachings (6 photos)

How a cultural program is bringing the Indigenous community to the forefront of child wellbeing.
Local non-profit is helping Indigenous businesses succeed

Local non-profit is helping Indigenous businesses succeed

How a non-profit is working to benefit Indigenous businesses and entrepreneurs of NWO.
Local tattoo artist creates a vibrant community through art (7 photos)

Local tattoo artist creates a vibrant community through art (7 photos)

From ink to canvas, local Indigenous tattoo artist shares his love of art through tattooing and painting.
Everyday Indigenous literature

Everyday Indigenous literature

Local authors and stories of Thunder Bay’s Indigenous community.
Blackout of 2003 inspires post-apocalyptic Indigenous tale

Blackout of 2003 inspires post-apocalyptic Indigenous tale

Indigenous author Waubgeshig Rice's latest novel, Moon of the Crusted Snow, shows how a remote, northern community survives when the power goes out and all modes of communication with the rest of the world go down.
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