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We are thrilled to be supporting our good friends at Pathways to Education Canada as they create space for Indigenous students in Thunder Bay to take part in a two day event, organized and planned by the Regional Multicultural Youth Council and students from Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School.  This gathering will look at education through a lens of the past, present and future and gather youth input into what is working, what's not and what they would like to see available to enhance their educational journey.  With speakers, community building and prizes - including a full sponsorship to the Students Commission of Canada's upcoming #CanadaWeWant national youth conference, this event, open to all Indigenous high school students in Thunder Bay will wrap up with a Honouring Youth Community Feast and Round Dance on February 16th, between 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM.

Register today by clicking here!

For more information contact Steven at steven@3things.ca.

Raised Voices: Carriers of Youth - A First Nations Youth Education Policy Gathering

We were honoured to work with the Assembly of First Nations as the designers and facilitators of Raised Voices: Carriers of Hope, that took place in Ottawa February 1st – 4th 2019.  Our team welcomed 36 First Nations youth, between the ages of 13 - 18 who over three days authored  Calls to Action on First Nations Education! Learn more about the project, meet the young Carriers of Hope and read their Calls to Action by clicking here!

Walking the Path of Peace Together

This year we are happy to announce our yearlong commitment to support Walking the Path of Peace Together; a partnership made up of members of our local Indigenous community here in Kingston, where Three Things is based and who many on our team are proud members of, along with Faith United Church and their congregation.  Using our resources, the best we way we can, this commitment of in-kind and monetary contributions will help further the relationship building taking place, planning and execution of how the two communities can share the role and responsibility to care for a piece of land that Faith United has long waited to determine its best use.  Coming as a result of their learning via the Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action, this became their plan: ensure there is space for reflection, sharing and healing, in partnership with the Indigenous community.  We were humbled to work for Faith United in early 2018, visiting and engaging with 100’s of Indigenous community members, resulting in this report, Walking the Path of Peace Together Final Report which is driving forward this important movement.  Read it today and follow along on the new Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/Walking-the-Path-of-Peace-Together-2231188857147655/.  There are exciting things happening and in 2019 we are honoured to volunteer in this movement that is demonstrating reconciliation in action.

Mapping Out the Future For Youth In Renfrew County  

Rural youth voices matter and often, they do not feel heard in the important discussions taking place across Canada on youth issues, policy and voice. We have been thrilled to partner with our friends at the Students Commission of Canada and work with Renfrew County and District Health Unit and Renfrew County Youth Network throughout the year which resulted in the release of the 2018 Renfrew County Youth Needs Assessment Report. A youth strategy will help ensure that youth voice helps influence the supports, services and spaces for young people in Eastern Ontario.

Indigenous Awareness Community Talking Circles

As we wrap up a year of Community Talking Circles for the City of Kingston, a component of their Engage for Change project, we are launching these important Circles across Canada.  Learn more by clicking here.

Msit No'Kmaq: All My Relations

45 Indigenous young people representing 31 First Nations, 3 Inuit regions 7 urban centres sailed across the Atlantic Ocean, from Halifax, Nova Scotia to La Havre (France) in August 2017 as part of the Rendez-Vous 2017 Tall Ships Regatta, all while taking part in Msit No’Kmaq, a Sail Training and Youth Leadership Program. To learn more, click here.

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