The Seeds in Motion program provides spaces for youth between 16-29 to learn about culture, grow a community, and explore traditional crafting. It focuses on teachings of plants, medicines, seed saving and harvesting, hunting practices, lunar cycles, and storytelling, and aims to nurture a space for youth across nations to learn, grow and connect with one another, in motion.
The Words in Motion program provides spaces for youth between 16-29 to reconnect to their traditional languages in an online virtual format. Young language speakers have the opportunity to facilitate an introduction in their Indigenous language to youth peers, creating leadership skills, community building and interaction, and developing their capacity for peer mentorship.
Workshops for Two-Spirit and queer-Indigenous youth aged 18-29, living across Turtle Island to build cultural and social connections through zoom sessions that teach traditional skills, led by Two-Spirit facilitators and knowledge-sharers.
In Spring 2022, CRE hosted a virtual Indigenous Youth Advocacy Week. The Advocacy Week provided Indigenous youth with opportunities to…
Canadian Roots Exchange is looking for young Indigenous leaders from anywhere in Canada to participate in our Indigenous Youth Research…
An online journal showcasing the thoughts, opinions, and work of Indigenous youth across this country we call Canada. Click on the below issue to read more!
Over the next few months, CRE will be hosting 4 Sharing Circles, and a Policy Hackathon. Doing this will help make sure that the proposed legislative options for improving access to and quality of care truly respond to diverse Indigenous realities.
The culmination of our first virtual art residency, "The Stories They Don't Tell" features 4 artists who participated in the Black Indigenous Creative Youth Solidarity Initiative.
Calling all policy learners, leaders and change-making Indigenous youth! Do you find yourself thinking of policies that affect your community and wondering how you would shape them to better serve the community?
Starting Fall 2022, you can look forward to 7-week cycles of beginner-friendly, Two Spirit, seasonally-aligned cultural and regalia teachings on beading, sewing and wrapping, ribbon work, applique, garment, and accessory techniques
Youth Leaders will develop and deliver programming on themes related to: global Indigeneity, anti-Blackness, teaching Black History Month on reserves, and what true solidarity can look like.
CREation is a multi-level funding program that supports strengths-based, community-focused and youth-led projects taking place in communities across Canada. Grassroot…