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Dare to Dream Day

Dare to Dream Day

Mazinaajim Children’s Foundation and the Dilico Children’s Mental Health Team are hosting an event for Young Imaginations. The 4th Annual Dare to Dream Day is a free fun filled event for children and their families. Children will get to visit and interact with a number of fun and exciting booths and experience a variety of hands on activities. Children will have a chance to meet and talk with many different Superheroes and Princesses, take fun photos and hear from some amazing role models. Youth attending the event will all receive a free gift bag and enjoy a free BBQ dinner.

Expanding Addictions Services

Expanding Addictions Services

This new investment will provide a safe space in the local continuum of addictions treatment for Indigenous young people to address personal difficulties related to substance misuse. They will be able to engage with other young people transitioning into adulthood in a supportive living environment that is inclusive and provides other on-site support services such as cultural and land-based activities, life skill building, coping skill development; as well as access to individual and group counselling, and supports with entry to education and employment opportunities.

Honouring our Children – Reconciliation Run

Honouring our Children – Reconciliation Run

A reconciliation run honouring the Indigenous children lost and the healing journey of residential school survivors and their families on the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.

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