We are a community of ministries with unique identities and skills to work more effectively alongside Indigenous people around the world.

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Who we are

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An Indigenous Learning Community

We are dedicated to working together with the Indigenous community in the development and articulation of Indigenous perspectives in theology and practice.

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Building Pathways

We are a catalyst for building pathways for indigenous youth, young adults, their families and communities to engage in culturally appropriate holistic transformational development.

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Healing & Community Transformation

We are focused on developing the full leadership capacity of Native North Americans and other Indigenous peoples through trauma healing workshops and capacity-building trainings.

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Removing Barriers, Building Bridges

Our aim is to provide education, encouragement and offer practical support to Native American families and communities in creating a preferred future.

What we do

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Thank you for your generosity for the Indigenous peoples! Continue to journey with us!


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Ten Years of Mish Adventures

Thanks to you, this summer at Mish Adventures Camp, we had the awesome privilege of seeing First Nations youth like Savannah realize that “I love my job. I love these kids. They seriously make me so happy” as they joined our staff. It is moments like these that come to life as a result of the support we receive from donors like you.

We want to say:
Thank you! Miigwetch!
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Amazing Time at Kids Culture Camp 2016

What an amazing week we had at Kids Culture Camp, and Northern Ontario camps this year, filled with teaches of the land, drumming, horseback riding, making moccasins and many other activities! The smiles on all these young faces as they enjoyed and learned from the experience, fills our hearts with gladness and makes us truly thankful to all of you that continue to support all of our camps.

Thank you! Welalioq!!!
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NAIITS Graduates and Annual Symposium

While camps were the main focus of staff energy this summer - wow do youth take a lot of energy - it seemed only fitting to report on a few “older” people as well. There were some amazing highlights to other ministry programs. One we know you will be excited about was the NAIITS annual symposium on Indigenous Theology and Mission.

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For three days at the end of July, 220 campers—children, teens, singles, and families — gathered for the 12th annual Wiconi Family Camp and Pow Wow. This year's theme was Honour, Restore, Protect. Together campers learned how to honour our family roots, and carry spiritual teachings to pass on to the next generation.

One first time attendee remarked he was overwhelmed by the sense of community we have managed to create and foster among so many diverse people groups...a very unique and great thing....”


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Download the latest publication of Indigenous Pathways
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Check out the article written by our Director, Terry LeBlanc, on economics, prosperity, environment and the challenge of changing our philosophies to bring about real sustainability in the face of climate change.

Access the article by clicking the button below.
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About Us
Indigenous Pathways is a community of organizations with unique identities and skills that have chosen to live together within one corporate legal entity in order to more effectively work alongside Indigenous people around the world. At present, there are four members of the Indigenous Pathways family. They are NAIITS, My People, iEmergence and Wiconi.
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CRA Registration number - 86287 9392 RR0001
IRS Designation - 30-0346161
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