Come and join us to engage in cultural resurgence! Learn more about traditional ways of knowing, being, and doing!
Throughout our programs we promote land-based pedagogy! Take time to reconnect with the land and our relatives!
Learn new skills that you can add to your tool kit! We want to share our personal and professional development skills with you!
This ceremony is centred around women, menstruation, and life-giving. This lodge is a sacred space for women to engage in a traditional moon lodge, learn songs and teachings, and participate in a full moon sweat lodge. Men are welcome to come into this space if they have been invited as support persons to attending women!
This camp is an opportunity for helpers to heal! During this three-day camping retreat, we will engage in land-based activities, spending time with knowledge keepers to participate in ceremonies and learn teachings and, develop tools to better support their capacity to be young leaders and helpers in their communities!
The Sweat Lodge ceremony will be facilitated by Indigenous Traditional Healer and Oshkabewis Greycloud (James Carpenter)! The sweat lodge is a traditional Anishinaabe ceremony that fosters healing, purification, and connection to the spirit world. The ceremony allows us to pray, give thanks, and honour creation!
Finding Our Power Together and Bawaadan Collective will be working to produce a documentary with Indigenous youth ages 14-29 to explore the relationship between Indigenous youth and Indigenous Elders in Tkaronto!
The Youth Fasting camp is a three-day camp where youth between the ages of 14-29 fast over the three day period. Throughout the camp, we will engage in fasting to provide our Indigenous young people with some guidance, clarity, and a sense of direction!
A mental and spiritual health program designed to support Indigenous youth to develop relationships and skills to live a good life. Through six-week sessions, Indigenous youth can connect with one another and the world to explore various mental health skills and cultural teachings!
Oskatis Nigaaniiwemowin is Anishnaabewmowin for "The Way of the Young Leader." The Young Leaders Circle is a group of Indigenous young people between the ages of 14-29 from all across Turtle Island who share a common interest in supporting youth in their communities!
Mentorship is provides Indigenous youth to access to positive relationships that help them to thrive! Through ongoing support, Indigenous youth can access a mentor from our mental health team and work on their self-determined needs and goals related to overall well-being!