Eat and Learn!

Join the North End Women’s Centre for some wholesome food and information on nutrition!

Eat and Learn runs every Monday
11:45 AM – 12:45 PM

May 6:
Pasta with Lentils and Kale, Spinach Salad and Goat Cheese

May 13:
Southwestern Black Bean Burgers and Quinoa and Sweet Potato Salad

May 20:
Three Sisters Stew with Flax Seed Bannock

May 27:
Stir Fry with Noodles and Spring Rolls

The North End Women’s Centre is located at 394 Selkirk Avenue
(204) 589-7347

Canoe Voyage of Hope – Nipissing to Ottawa

A message from Rodney  Commanda of Nipissing First Nation:



In the time of our ancestors they would use the river roads to travel, trade with other communities, hunt game, or communicate amongst nations. This journey is taking on an ancestrial path that hasn’t been in use since those times. Some have called this adventure an epic journey or inspiring expedition. At its center this canoe voyage is a mission of hope.

Hope this message carries through to those that matter. Hope the people understand that we need this world to live. Hope the world survives this greed long enough for us to care for it. Hope that we unite as people of the world to make a stand for whats right. Hope for a future that is being stolen from generations to come.

Our youth were inspired by all the activity going on around the INM call to action and have resided to answer the call with this amazing adventure. Through this canoe voyage of hope to Ottawa the true substance of the messages are to uplift the human spirit.

Anyone can be involved or add there letter to ours.

Everything begins for you the moment you decide to get involved.

I’m going to begin this weekend by collecting the wood for voyagers to make a paddle of their own. Then as soon as the ice breaks canoe excursions to build stamina. Everyone going will need to ready.

The canoe voyage will take place June 14th to June 21, 2013

more details to come…


May 5th, 2013 – All Nations Medicine Walk for the Sexually Exploited

On Saturday May 5th, join the All Nations Medicine Walk. Stend Up For our Women and Men being exploited.

Idle No More Manitoba

allnations medicine walk button

On May 5, 2013, a group of interested youth in the community are organizing an All Nations Medicine Walk to raise awareness about sexual exploitation of women and girls in Manitoba, and to cleanse the streets where there are high sexual exploitation rates with traditional and sacred medicines. 

The Medicine Walk will take place where women and girls have been found murdered and sexually exploited through the sex trade. The Walk will begin at the Thunderbird House on May 5 at 1:00 p.m. followed by a Feast, Pipe Ceremony and speakers. The Feast will begin when the walkers return to the Thunderbird House.


1:00 – Pipe Ceremony **CALLING ALL PIPE CARRIERS**
Female Drum Group: Keewatin Otchitchak Singers
4:00 – Speakers
Male Youth Speaker: Michael Champagne
Female Youth Speaker: Jennalicious
Femlale Elder Speaker: Leslie Spillet
Male Elder Speaker : TBA

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Garbage Bag Fashion Show

Tuesday, April 23rd, 7-9pm @ Graffiti Gallery – 109 Higgins Ave
Acceptance.  Respect for Diversity.  Responsibility.  Fairness.  Cooperation.  Inclusion.  Respect.
The Voices Leadership Team has been working with youth in and from care to learn more about human rights values, especially the right of every youth in and from care to be heard!  Using painting, sketching, writing, and cut glass, youth have been hard at work expressing their inner thoughts.
Why Garbage Bags?
Voices Leadership Team chose garbage bags because it is often the reality of kids in and from care to be moved suddenly and have to stuff all of their belongings into garbage bags. This is too common and we believe negatively affects young people in care.
If you want to learn more, join us at Graffiti Gallery- 109 Higgins for our Garbage Bag Fashion Show.
Doors open at 7pm; Show starts at 7:30pm.

Canada World Youth Looking For Aboriginal Youth for 6 week overseas programs!


Searching for Aboriginal Youth For Over Seas Exchange

Youth aged 17-25.
TRAVEL, CHALLENGE Yourself, See the world!
Looking to do something different and develop some skills at the same time?

Canada World Youth is currently recruiting Aboriginal youth for our 6-week summer program. The destinations are Tanzania(English) and Benin(French) !

If you apply before April 30th, 2013 you will receive 10% off the fundraising amount!
Apply now to increase your chances of participating.
It only takes a minute to apply!

Questions? Msg me or email at
For more info and to apply:
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