Issue 65, Spring

Issue 65, Spring

Author’s Corner

Dr. Josie C. Auger MY PEOPLE’S BLOOD, Indigenous Sexual Health Recovery, by Dr. Josie C. Auger, was recently launched at Northern Lakes College, Wabasca-Desmarais, Alberta. Colonization has impacted the gender roles and sexuality of Indigenous peoples. Through unhealed molestation and abuse First Nations communities are seeing the impact of HIV/AIDS. A series of three plays were developed with a group ... Read More »

Native Chambers of Commerce

In SAY Magazine’s quest for resources for the Native Workforce, our Editor decided to research Native Chambers of Commerce. Unfortunately, this turned out to be a very difficult project, as not all Native Chambers have a website, some have a website but no contact information, some have differing sets of information. So, we apologize for the incomplete listing here, and ... Read More »

CAHRD – Centre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development Inc.

In 1983, the Centre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development Inc. or, more commonly known as CAHRD, was an outreach project with Canada Employment Centres, and was limited to only being able to offer employment services to Aboriginal people in Winnipeg. Even back in 1983, CAHRD understood that for Aboriginal people to transition to successful employment more than employment services needed ... Read More »

Vision Quest Conference & Trade Show

Canada’s Longest Running Aboriginal Business, Community and Economic Development Conference Celebrating 19 Years in 2015. The Vision Quest Conference & Trade Show prides itself on doing three things very well, resulting in the event’s long-term success. “Our goal is to educate, enlighten and entertain, and that’s what keeps people coming back,” says Kim Bullard, Chair of Vision Quest Conferences Inc. ... Read More »

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