We are thinking about changing the name of the Aboriginal Youth Explosion and would love to hear your input, ideas or recommendations on what that new name should be. Please submit your ideas at email@example.com by Friday, February 24th.
Canada Bridges is currently designing and testing a new mentorship model to assist Indigenous youth and young adults who are moving from reserve life to the City of Calgary. While transition periods can be challenging for all youth, First Nation’s youth face particular challenges when moving to urban communities for education or employment opportunities. Canada Bridges […]
As 2016 comes to a close, it’s time to look back and reflect on what we, as the Canada Bridges community, have accomplished this year. There are many words that come to mind when I try to describe what the year has meant for us, but the following three stand out as important characteristics of our hearts, minds and actions.
Canada Bridges is searching for a systems change leader who loves working with youth and young adults to join our team! We are looking for someone who is eager and passionate to develop and facilitate leadership programming in partnership with various community based organizations throughout Treaty 7. We are especially interested in finding someone with […]
It is my sincere pleasure to announce that Bridges’ next Executive Director will be Alyssa Lindsay. Alyssa has been working with Bridges as a Program Manager since November 2014, and has recently accepted the leadership role moving forward. We are very lucky to have her and she will bring her background in community and […]
Did you know that we ran a filmmaking camp in Siksika last year? The filmmaking camp gave aboriginal youth the chance to tell their nations story and produce a collaborative film with their peers. We are happy to announce that we are running the filmmaking camp again thanks to the support of RBC Foundation! This […]
The 4th Annual Aboriginal Youth Explosion (AYE), sponsored by Suncor Energy Inc., aims to bring together aboriginal youth and young adults from various communities in and around Calgary for a performance and exhibition-style event. The event will showcase and celebrate the adventurous and challenging work being done by Aboriginal youth participants of Canada Bridges’ Unveiling […]
Canada Bridges’ is pleased to announce that out 2014/15 Unveiling Youth Potential (UYP) 2.0 will officially begin on October 8, 2014! UYP 2.0 will aim to empower youth, aged 18 to 30, to be an agent of change by supporting the development of their capacities to respond to the conditions of their environment. The UYP 2.0 will […]