Episode 150 – Bent Arrow

On this episode, our correspondent, Aubrianna Snow, takes us to Bent Arrow Traditional Healing Society.

Bent Arrow was established in 1994 to support Indigenous children, youth and families. Their mission is to empower Indigenous people to grow spiritually, emotionally, physically and mentally. And to see them walk proudly in both Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities.

Executive Director, Cheryl Whiskeyjack, tells us about the importance of ceremony and access to culture. And talks about some of the nuances of reconciliation in Edmonton.

Visit Bent Arrow Traditional Healing Society.
Discover how you can connect with Indigenous culture and ceremony.
Read Bill C-92: An Act respecting First Nations, Inuit and Métis children, you and families.

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Image for this episode was provide by Bent Arrow Traditional Healing Society.