Made in Manitoba 2015

Andréanne Dandeneau

Celebrating 10 Years as a Fashion Entrepreneur   Andréanne Dandeneau’s enterprise is anything but ordinary. In 2005, with the help of Aboriginal Business Canada, this young contemporary dancer and graphic artist launched her own company, MJAnne couture, with her label ‘Hug Me’. In 2008 she incorporated under Andréanne Designs Inc. operating under Voilà par Andréanne as the name of her ... Read More »


“Clients, students, and staff at CAHRD are always participating in exciting events and programs. This year has already brought several significant events for CAHRD to celebrate, including a visit from former Deputy Prime Minister of Canada Jean Charest, a funding announcement of $935,000 for the purchase of new equipment for Neeginan College of Applied Technology, and CAHRD’s Director of Education ... Read More »

Nakodan Greyeyes

“The best advice I can give younger Native hockey players, is to love what you’re doing. I think that hard work is probably really hard if you don’t love what you’re doing.” – Nakodan Greyeyes   Read More »

Jerch Law

Jerch Law – Aboriginal Law and Treaties Jerch Law is a dedicated team of lawyers, researchers, historians, and paralegals, who are committed to bringing the highest quality legal services to First Nations communities and organizations. Its legal practice is based on years of collaboration with its clients in the following areas: • Aboriginal rights and treaties • Indigenous laws and ... Read More »

Made in Manitoba 2015

SAY Magazine’s Made in Manitoba annual issue is now available at this year’s Vision Quest Conference and Trade Show (May 13 – 15, 2015, Winnipeg, MB) and at Manito Ahbee Festival (September 9 – 13, 2015, Winnipeg, MB). Read More »

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