Through the work and support of Mr. Peter Allik-Petersenn, financial support is available for Canadian students enrolled in an educational program with hopes of gaining employment in the social justice or human services field of work.
Having opportunities to connect with ones culture, particularly through an Indigenous lens, is essential to healing, growth, relations, and community. Recognizing this, we’ve worked to expand the cultural supports available to residents at SHARP.
Our new Healing Garden at Miyáqˈelhá:wetawt provides residents – past, present, and future – daily opportunities to connect to land, culture, tradition, Elders, and one another. This is one of a three-part series in honour of National Indigenous History Month.
This month, we are pleased to be celebrating National Indigenous History month with a three-part blog series. Check back every Monday in June to celebrate Indigenous history, learn more about culturally appropriate JHS services and initiatives, and more!