Blog & Media


  •  26/06/2020 12:00 PM

Given our responsibility as a youth program during the COVID-19 pandemic and the need for increased social distancing, TRACKS is taking a pause from active programming for a bit. As things continue to progress, we will post updates to this page!

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  •  07/05/2020 03:32 PM

Jazzmin Foster (who most recently worked with TRACKS in the Development & Delivery position) and her son, Henrick, made some Zhingwaak Mshkiiki Waabo and wanted to share the recipe with you all. Making this medicine is the perfect thing to do to stay healthy while social distancing!

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  •  24/04/2020 10:34 AM

Today is April 24th and would have been our first PA Day camp of the Spring! But due to COVID-19, we are instead reminiscing in the amazing day we had during our last PA Day camp on January 31st. Read all about it through the eyes of Lauren MacLachlan, who worked with TRACKS as Office and Programming Support through the Winter and Spring.

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  •  19/02/2020 04:36 PM

Better late than never -- we are excited to make public our Annual Report for 2019!

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  •  12/02/2020 12:32 PM

During the week of February 9th - February 15th TRACKS took over the Bata Library display case to showcase our 10th Anniversary. Read Shaelyn's impression of taking on this project!

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  •  04/02/2020 12:00 PM

This Winter/Spring semester, TRACKS has hired three new, fantastic staff to take on various projects. The last of these staff is Jazzmin Foster, returning from her position as Oshkwazin Program Supervisor from the Summer of 2019. Read her bio below!

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  •  29/01/2020 12:00 PM

This Winter/Spring semester, TRACKS has hired three new, fantastic staff to take on various projects. Next of these staff is Lauren MacLachlan. Read her bio below!

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  •  28/01/2020 12:00 PM

This Winter/Spring semester, TRACKS has hired three new, fantastic staff to take on various projects. The first of these staff is Shaelyn Webagejig. Read her bio below!

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  •  04/11/2019 02:23 PM

From November 6th to 9th TRACKS Youth Program is hosting the virtual reality experience, Biidaaban: First Light! Biidaaban: First Light is an interactive VR project that utilizes Indigenous languages and worldviews to help people understand, as well as literally feel and experience, what Indigenous ways of being and knowing have to teach us about the world and our place in it.

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  •  19/09/2019 11:53 AM

It's #throwbackthursday and we're reminiscing about our Summer with our Oshkwazin Youth Ambassadors' final reflections on their most memorable experiences from their time working with TRACKS. Read on to learn about some of the fun leadership-building activities we all did together!

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  •  14/08/2019 11:55 AM

As part of their Summer, our Oshkwazin Youth Ambassadors, Geordan, Gabe, Kaden and Joe, were given the opportunity to learned from knowledge holders about various different types of traditional and modern medicinal plants. They each wrote a short blog post about what they learned about these plants!

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  •  02/08/2019 10:39 AM

July has been a whirlwind! At the beginning of July, we hired four high school students as Oshkwazin Youth Ambassadors. As they reach the mid-way point to their Summer, its about time we official introduce them. Read on to learn more about them and why they are proud to work as ambassadors for our TRACKS Oshkwazin program.

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