This is an online hub for upcoming Aboriginal conferences and events. This specialized portal assists anyone interested in locating and attending conferences and events of specific interest to Canada's Aboriginal peoples. Events related to skill development, community improvement, economic development and hundreds of other topics are identified and posted on this site.
Indspire is an Indigenous national charity that invests in the education of First Nations, Inuit and Métis students with the North Star vision that, within a generation, every Indigenous student will graduate. Indspire provides financial awards, delivers programs and shares resources so that First Nations, Inuit, and Métis students will achieve their highest potential. Indspire hosts numerous events, including Soaring, an annual Gathering at which high school students can learn about career and post-secondary education options and have the opportunity to meet Canada’s top employers. They also host virtual events and webinars.
This is a great site for 2SLGBTQ+ youth support and events around Canada. This site offers programs such as peer support where visitors can access peer supporters aged 16-29 with lived experience on many common 2SLGBTQ+ topics. YouthOrganize Webinars host live online grassroots webinars every month on a variety of topics. The Provincial Youth Ambassador Project or PYAP is a traveling group of 18 youth (up to age 29) that travel across Ontario raising awareness on the needs and challenges of two spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer and questioning youth.
The Youth Leadership Forum on Reconciliation (scheduled for summer 2021 in Winnipeg, Manitoba) will bring together 64 senior high school youth (ages 14-18) selected from across Canada based on their answer to the question, “what does Reconciliation mean to you?”
The week-long leadership forum will be developed in full partnership with Manitoba’s Indigenous organizations with half of the programming led by Indigenous organizations and community leaders. Youth will be selected from across Canada representing the geographic, linguistic, socio-economic and cultural diversity of the country, with half of the participants selected being Indigenous.