I think a lot of the relationship building and knowledge sharing happens informally. So not when you’re mentoring someone to hunt, but when you are sitting around the fire at the end of the day, when your lying-in bed having your bedtime conversations, really sharing.

Jill Larkin,
Warrior Caregiver Program, Churchill

Photo: Beekeeping in Opaskwayak Cree Nation

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NMFCCC 2020/21 Story Sharing Booklet

In 2020 and 2021, the Collaborative supported 22 and 26 projects respectively.

Community-Led Change Brightlights: 1

Growing Healthy Families Cooking Program
Released March 2020

Community-Led Change Brightlights: 2

Helen Betty Osborne Ininiw Education Resource Centre School Garden
Released December 2020

Community-Led Change Brightlights: 3

Country Foods Program
Released January 2021

Community-Led Change Brightlights: 4

Misipawistik Pimatisimēskanaw Land-Based Learning Program
Released March 2021

Community-Led Change Brightlights: 5

Peguis Community Garden Project
Released April 2021

Community-Led Change Brightlights: 6

Barrows Veggie U-Pick and Community Greenhouse
Released January 2024

2018-2019 Community Stories Booklet

In 2018 and 2019, the Collaborative supported 26 project each year.

2017 Community Stories Booklet

In 2017, the Collaborative supported 26 projects.

2016 Community Stories Booklet

In 2016, the Collaborative supported 23 projects.

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