2022: Our Year in Photos
By alovell On 16 December 2022 1 March 2023
Some of our favourite photos from the year past – including just a small handful of the many amazing accomplishment of our clients and team.
Great progress on Tsal’alh Development Corporation’s community gazebo
TDC’s community gazebo near the Lil’tem Mountain Hotel
Canoeing at Takla Nation’s Uze De’yah project – a lands-based camp for youth
The Uze De’yah boys cohort on an adventure!
Learning about culture and identity at Uze De’yah
One of the winners from our staff photo contest – shot by Nelson!
Visiting Master Carver Keith Wolfe Smarch in Carcross, YT
Visit to Carcross/Tagish First Nation
Yukon Aboriginal Women Council’s Christmas hampers for members in need
Beading projects at YAWC’s Elders in Residence program
Brainstorming at a strategic planning session with YAWC
A powerful Trauma & Resilience Training for SN staff
Dylan, Emily, Lauren and Darren leading an engagement on agriculture at Brokenhead Ojibway Nation (BON)
Part of BON’s harvests will go to the community food bank!
Envisioning the future of agriculture in BON
More strat planning – this time with the Adams Lake Indian Band Health & Wellness Department!
Sts’ailes Development Corporation’s new company van will bring in fresh fruit, vegetables, and other essential products to the community store
Orzo Barley, our fabulous merch model
A new multi-purpose machine maintenance shop for Burns Lake Development Corporation
Visit to Bearspaw Nation, Eden Valley
Austin, Orzo, and the late great Copper
Pulling Together Canoe Journey with Adams Lake Indian Band
Traditional regalia at Takla Nation’s Coming Home Ceremony for residential school survivors
Takla members making Coming Home blankets for survivors
Blanketing ceremony for Takla’s survivors to symbolically wrap them in love and support
The first powwow at Brokenhead Ojibway Nation’s new arbour!
Grand Entry at the BON powwow
Traditional salmon-smoking method at Spuzzum Nation’s First Fish Ceremony
Champion hoop dancer Alex Wells at the First Fish Ceremony
Whitehorse’s first Period Pantry, with support from Yukon Aboriginal Women’s Council
SN team-member Melissa volunteers to raise money for Red Dress Day
Na-Cho Nyak Dun Development Corporation’s skateboarding entrepreneurship program
Grant and JJ on National Day of Truth & Reconciliation
One of many great photos from NDTR events attended by SN staff
SN Community Analysts Emily, Dylan, and Grace
Group picture at the SN Head Office in Kamloops!
YAWC Sisters in Spirit vigil
The Yukon Advisory Committee on MMIWG2S+ releases their priority action items for ending violence against women and girls
Learning together at The Nelson Project
A great group of men at the Nelson Project
Takla Nation delegate on the annual SN trip to Parliament
Chief French presents a fur hide to a representative of the Prime Minister’s Office