Issue 85, Fall 2017

Aboriginal Small Business Management

Starting up your own business can be overwhelming if you don’t have the right knowledge and skills necessary as a first- time entrepreneur. The Aboriginal Small Business Management Program is a recognized Ontario Colleges Certificate offered in partnership with Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Technology and Ogwehoweh Skills and Trades Training Centre (OSTTC). The two-semester program for Indigenous peoples ... Read More »

One on One with Leslie Lounsbury – Founder of SAY Magazine

    Since 2002 Leslie Lounsbury, an educator by trade, has travelled all over the world in search of positive and inspiring stories for SAY Magazine. Through her travels she discovered stories of Indigenous people from all over the world, and found the opportunity and felt the responsibility to give a voice to those who might not otherwise be heard. ... Read More »

Cam Von Cook – Metis Tattoo Artist

  Owner of Osborne Village Ink and Métis tattoo artist Cam Von Cook has been fascinated with tattoos for as long as he can remember. His first introduction to tattoos was through his uncle. In an attempt to frighten Cam, his uncle explained that the tattoo process was very painful. “My uncle told me it was done with needles, and ... Read More »

Creating your first website

You’ve started a new business and you may already have some paying customers. Now what? One of the first things you need to do is create your website. You might be wondering how to get started, how much to pay, and what to do about an email account. Let me help. Domain name First things first! Getting your domain name ... Read More »

Young Métis Author’s Children’s Book

A curious young girl asks her grandmother to tell her a bedtime story about her Métis ancestors, and goes on an adventure of a lifetime back in time. In her dream, she learns about Métis traditions and the Michif language, accompanies her great-great- grandfather on a fur trade and brings back a very special souvenir from the past. At the young ... Read More »

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