Hedley Youth Camp

Mar 19, 2019—Hedley, BC: We’re so very excited to be returning to Sylix territory for the 6th annual IndigenEYEZ Youth Camp, July 14th – 21st! Mark your calendars! Look for camp registration details to come out soon! Do you remember last summer’s camp? Here’s a quick recap of the art, culture, and friendships that blossomed. […]

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 […]

Spring Camp

July 12, 2017—Glimpse Lake, BC: Organized by IndigenEYEZ and the Global Diversity Foundation with the support of the Upper Nicola Band and the Okanagan Nation Alliance, our Okanagan Environmental Leadership Camp, June 10-17, was a successful and heartwarming gathering for Indigenous youth ages 18-30.   This article is based on the words of camp facilitators […]

Ashnola Camp

Oct 20, 2016—Cawston, BC: Now that summer is over and our camp season is behind us, IndigenEYEZ has begun planning the next round of camps for the summer of 2017! The 3rd annual 7-day youth camp (youth 14 -18) will be held in partnership with Power of Hope Canada, the week of July 3rd -10th […]

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Champions of Change: Session Seven
Date: April 17th, 2020
Location: Westbank First Nation Health and Wellness Building, West Kelowna, BC
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IndigenEYEZ Summer Leadership Training 2020
Date: June/July/August, 2020
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