Dreaming the Future


Dec 13, 2017—Yellowknife, NWT: This past summer, IndigenEYEZ traveled to the Dechinta Centre for Research and Learning – an inspiring Indigenous bush university where remarkable things are happening. The experience ignited our passion for creating a similar land-based learning space in the interior of BC. Learning on the Land: Dreaming the Future   For several […]

Hollyhock 2017


Nov 28, 2017—Cortes Island, BC: This past summer IndigenEYEZ hosted our second round of Leadership Essentials on Klahoose territories at the Hollyhock Lifelong Learning Centre on Cortes Island. Thank you to IndigenEYEZ co-founder Kim Haxton for sharing this article. Hollyhock 2017: Restoring the spirit of community by Kim Haxton Our session this past summer at Hollyhock, […]

SPARK! in Surrey BC


Nov 21, 2017— Surrey, BC: IndigenEYEZ is proud to be teaming up with the Fraser Region Aboriginal Friendship Centre Association (FRAFCA) to present SPARK: IndigenEYEZ Leadership Essentials. IN JUST 2 DAYS YOU WILL LEARN TO: 1) Create a safe container for learning 2) Increase participation 3) Use arts-based tools to increase risk taking  4) Deepen relationships […]

2017 Summer Camp


Oct 31, 2017— Agassiz, BC: ImagineNATION Youth Camp was an exciting partnership with our sister organization Power of Hope (POH).   ImagineNATION was held in August at the Sts’ailes Lhawathet Lalem (Sts’ailes Healing House) in Stó:lō territory where our hosts were the Sts’ailes First Nation. We were nestled in the forest right next to the […]

Every Child Matters


Sept 29, 2017—Williams Lake, BC: Phyllis Webstad is a Stswecem’c Xgat’tem First Nation Elder, and was 6 years old when the new orange shirt she excitedly chose for her first day of school was stripped off her back. She never saw it again. It was the early 1970s and Webstad was the third generation of […]

Youth in Action


Sept 25, 2017—Vancouver, BC: This summer IndigenEYEZ worked with Next Up to host our second Indigenous Youth in Action workshop. Thank you to IndigenEYEZ co-founder Kim Haxton for another inspiring article. Indigenous Youth in Action: Strengthening the movement of youth leadership by Kim Haxton In August, we ran our second Indigenous Youth in Action collaboration […]

Camp for Teachers


Sept 12, 2017—Vancouver, BC: This summer IndigenEYEZ worked with ArtStarts to host a summer camp for teachers. Thank you to IndigenEYEZ co-founder Kim Haxton for sharing this article. Woven Together: Summer Camp for Teachers by Kim Haxton At the end of August, Indigeneyez joined Artstarts in a two-day summer camp for teachers. The camp used […]

Fostering Unity


Aug 2, 2017—Kelowna, BC: Recently, IndigenEYEZ hosted a module of Leadership Essentials with the Okanagan Nation Alliance. The focus was “Connecting to Team” and themes included: fostering unity, strengthening trust and safety in groups, decolonizing how we are together, and IndigenEYEZing our organizational cultures. Tools were presented to help improve communication, deepen listening, expand creativity, […]

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SPARK! in Surrey BC
Date: November 29th and 30th, 2017
Location: 13969 108th Ave, Surrey BC

Leadership Essentials: Hollyhock
Date: July 22nd - 27th, 2018
Location: Cortes Island, BC

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