If you are between 13 – 18 years old and self-identify as Indigenous, (First Nations, Métis, or Inuit), join us in the spring of 2024 for a three hour session where you will have an opportunity to connect with other young people, learn more about the opportunities provided by The Ulnooweg Indigenous Communities Foundation and other project partners, and most importantly, hear what other Indigenous youth identified as issues that mattered to them, and how you can use your voice to create change in your community, Nation, region, or Territory.

What should you expect?

As you’ll see, each session will include a live performance by Mi’kmaq recording artist Drives the Common Man! If you haven’t heard his original music yet, or seen him on TikTok, (where he exploded during the pandemic), you’ll want to!

Check out Drives latest single and video, Annie!

Led by the Three Things Team with support from Youth Engagement Officers with The Ulnooweg Indigenous Communities Foundation, these sessions will be interactive, fun and a great way to spend an evening or afternoon being a changemaker!

We will help you use what was shared in the online survey as well as the We’re Listening Youth Gathering in order to ensure the voices of Indigenous youth are being heard throughout Atlantic Canada!

For those travelling to the Sessions, travel support can be offered via gas cards.

In February 2024 we will post the dates and locations for the Indigenous Youth Engagement Sessions so be sure to check back for updates!

New Brunswick

Prince Edward Island

Nova Scotia



If you have any questions, or want t know how to register, please contact us at [email protected].