Paulette Steeves’ work as an archeologist seeks to upend long-held notions about Indigenous culture in the Americas. She is the Director of the Native American Studies program at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

'Just watch me': Challenging the 'origin story' of Native Americans

Rob McPhee (Tahltan), Managing Director Castlemain Group - Vancouver BC. He's an accomplished Indigenous economist.

He's an accomplished Indigenous economist.

Marissa Nahanee (Vancouver) - Graphic Designer

Marissa Nahanee (Vancouver) - Graphic Designer

Pamela J. Peters is an Indigenous multimedia documentarian born and raised on…

Meet the Artist

Marion Buller, the first indigenous woman appointed to British Columbia’s Provincial Court

Photo: Don MackinnonAlmost 150 years ago, British Columbia judge Matthew Begbie sitting in New Westminster ordered the execution by hanging of Chief A.

Denise Williams, Executive Director for the First Nations Technology Council

The Indigenous Place Making Council is a non-profit organization that restores Indigenous presence to the fabric of our cities, towns and communities, through a process of place-making, led by Indigenous youth.

Kendal Netmaker, Founder, Neechie Gear is a Canadian Business Change Agent for 2016, for building a business that gives back.

Kendal Netmaker, Founder, Neechie Gear is a Canadian Business Change Agent for for building a business that gives back.

Destiny Seymour, creator of Indigo Arrows and Anishinaabe interior designer - Winnipeg, MB

Interior designer finds inspiration in ancient pottery and carvings

When Destiny Seymour and her partner were renovating their home two years ago, they wanted home decor that reflected their Indigenous identity.

Terri-Lynn Williams-Davidson (Haida), Principal & Senior Legal Counsel, White Raven Law. She has practiced in the area of aboriginal-environmental law since she was called to the BC Bar in 1996. She holds two degrees from the University of British Columbia: Bachelor of Laws, 1995; & Bachelor of Science (Computer Science), 1990.

Terri-Lynn Williams-Davidson (Haida), Principal & Senior Legal Counsel, White Raven Law. She has practiced in the area of aboriginal-environmental law since she was called to the BC Bar in 1996. She holds two degrees from the University of British Columbia: Bachelor of Laws, 1995; & Bachelor of Science (Computer Science), 1990.

Comedian, film maker, and writer Adrianne Chalepah is a young Native American (Kiowa/Apache) female entertainer from Anadarko, Oklahoma. American community, Cha…

Comedian, film maker, and writer Adrianne Chalepah is a young Native American (Kiowa/Apache) female entertainer from Anadarko, Oklahoma. Raised in a predominantly Native American community, Chalepa…

Marion Buller, the first indigenous woman appointed to British Columbia’s Provincial Court

Photo: Don MackinnonAlmost 150 years ago, British Columbia judge Matthew Begbie sitting in New Westminster ordered the execution by hanging of Chief A.

Shawn Adler's father is Jewish; his mother is Ojibway. His new restaurant in Toronto's Kensington Market features Indian tacos: fried bannock crowned with a selection of toppings. He's an upbeat, ener

Shawn Adler& father is Jewish; his mother is Ojibway. His new restaurant in Toronto& Kensington Market features Indian tacos: fried bannock crowned with a selection of toppings. He& an upbeat, ener

Dr. Julie Nagam - University of Winnipeg & Winnipeg Art Gallery Chair in History of Indigenous Arts in North America

Julie Nagam - University of Winnipeg & Winnipeg Art Gallery Chair in History of Indigenous Arts in North America

Dr. Jenny Kay Dupuis (Anishinaabe from Nippising First Nation) is a consultant on Indigenous issues, educator, researcher, speaker, and artist.

Jenny Kay Dupuis (Anishinaabe from Nippising First Nation) is a consultant on Indigenous issues, educator, researcher, speaker, and artist.

Renee Nejo, independent video game developer

Renee Nejo, independent video game developer

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