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AYLP In the Media

Chronicle Journal – May 20, 2016

Thunder Bay Television Newshour – 6:00PM Newscast – May 19, 2016 (Starts at 10:49)

On February 25, 2015, Leadership Thunder Bay and the Thunder Bay Indian Friendship Centre today announced a long-term sustainable Aboriginal Youth Leadership program. Made possible with a three-year  $98,000 investment from the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF), the initiative will focus on Aboriginal youth aged 18 to 29 in Thunder Bay and will feature a curriculum based on Aboriginal traditions and values.

AYLP-RBC-Cheque

Cory Jesseau, RBC Royal Bank, Branch Manager Arthur & Ford presenting a cheque for $5000 to the Aboriginal Youth Leadership program on behalf of RBC Royal Bank.  Accepting are Charlene Baglien, Executive Director, Thunder Bay Indian Friendship Centre and our President Kelly Fettes.

The year 2 Dinowigehmin youth leadership program September 2016 has been delayed. Application Deadline TBA. Please refer to our website for more information as it becomes available or contact Rebeeca Johnson at 577-2807 or via email at rjohnson@thunderbay.ca for any questions.