Issue 57 – Spring 2014

Issue 57 – Spring 2014

Value of Education

Adam Beach

Adam Beach is a prime example of ‘becoming skilled’ while not attending a regular academic institution. In a recent interview with Adam, he says that he dropped out of school after Grade Ten to pursue an acting career. Adam’s attempts to continue Grade Eleven were put to a halt because of job offers to perform theatre. After a second attempt ... Read More »

Inez Jasper

Inez Jasper is an award winning Pop artist with powerhouse talent and universal appeal. As one of Canada’s top Aboriginal musicians, her blending of traditional native sounds with a love for contemporary Pop music brings the best of her culture to the mainstream world. The 2009 release of her first solo album, “Singsoulgirl” garnered a lot of attention, notably taking ... Read More »

Hoop Dancing

Heard Museum World Championship Hoop Dancing The 24th Annual event was held February 8 and 9 at the Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona. The contestants in the adult division were: – Dallas Arcand, (Cree) Calgary, Alberta – Derrick Suwaima Davis, (Hopi/Choctaw) Old Oraibi, Arizona – Tony Duncan, (San Carlos Apache/Arikara/Hidatsa/Mandan) Mesa, Arizona – Lane Jensen, (Navajo/Maricopa) Mesa, Arizona – Nakotah LaRance, ... Read More »

Industry Training Authority (ITA)

Studying for a skilled trade means spending about 80{62de5bde3b84fd7379fc2f8072f5b18478a14609f05a190db0183dce83778ef7} of your time working in it and 20{62de5bde3b84fd7379fc2f8072f5b18478a14609f05a190db0183dce83778ef7} in class, letting you earn while you learn. Red Seal trades give you the freedom to work anywhere in Canada without further certification, learn how: www.itabc.ca Read More »

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