Inspiring Indigenous Women archive
Her designs have swirled across the stage at the Juno Awards.
Tiana Weasel Moccasin - First year, Early Childhood Education - For one week in March, Tiana Weasel Moccasin got a glimpse of what her future may hold – on Parliament Hill in Ottawa.
Thelma Villeneuve Chalifoux was born in a blizzard in Calgary in 1929 and was told by her father that it meant she would be strong and independent.
In a room filled with uniforms and familiar faces, the eyes of Melissa Whitegrass, mother to toddler Dawni-Rae, Lethbridge College student and 12-year veteran of the Canadian Armed Forces, filled with tears.
One of the fond memories Annette Fox-BruisedHead has of her time in Lethbridge College’s Renewable Resource Management program was her excitement at being able to connect her courses to the Blackfoot cultural understanding of environmental issues.
Sprouting from a need to fuel her beloved horses with the right nutrition, Henny Bruised Head (Blood Tribe Agricultural Training Initiative 2015) enrolled in the unique agricultural initiative betwe