Issue 69, Fall 2015

Issue 69, Fall 2015

SAY Magazine’s Fall 2015 Issue – Entrepreneurs, Miss Manito Ahbee Youth Ambassador 2015/16, Entrepreneur Profiles, McGill University’s School of Continuing Studies, Partnerships with Iskokapi Magazine and The Visionary Business Magazine plus much more. What’s inside this issue:   Read More »

Shape Your Nation’s Future

McGill University’s School of Continuing Studies and the Cree Nation of Chisasibi in the Eeyou Itschee James Bay Territory have much to celebrate. The community in northern Quebec, Canada has several students enrolled in the School’s online courses for Indigenous People, funded by Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada. “The Cree Nation of Chisasibi has been an important community partner,” ... Read More »

Miss Manito Ahbee

Miss Manito Ahbee Youth Ambassador 2015/16 I have many goals for my life right now. I knew from a young age that I wanted to graduate from college. When I was in elementary school, I thought I wanted to be a lawyer. I had dreams to go to Harvard Law. As I got older I realized that Law didn’t really ... Read More »

The Visionary Business Magazine

SAY Magazine has also entered into an arrangement with The Visionary Business Magazine. Amanda June, a Native American (Navajo and Hopi) and Latina, is the owner of SmokeFire Media and editor of the new publication, The Visionary Business Magazine, which launched its first issue in March 2015. It is a national publication (based in Arizona) dedicated to cross-cultural business relations ... Read More »


IKSOKAPI Magazine SAY MAGAZINE is pleased to announce that a collaborative arrangement has been entered into between IKSOKAPI MAGAZINE and SAY. Iksokapi Magazine is an online publication created for Indigenous women, owned and edited by Lynn Calf Robe. Lynn’s experience includes working as a Freelance Writer for 13 years and as Managing Editor of New Tribe Magazine. And she has ... Read More »


Blackstone Season 5: Hope Amidst Adversity “Hard hitting and unapologetic”, is how many would describe the cutting edge TV series, Blackstone. With the fifth season set to premiere this fall, however, the series known for its raw portrayal of life on a First Nation reserve may be looking to show its softer side. “It’s still the ‘in-yourface’ Blackstone that our ... Read More »

Something New at SAY Mag Headquarters:

This mural done by Sarah Collard muralist under a Take Pride Winnipeg program. The circle represents the medicine wheel, dream catcher or drum – basically a common aboriginal motif suggesting unity, wholeness and the sun – the Creator. The people are all part of the whole – part of community. They are a general depiction of various careers which aboriginal ... Read More »

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