Share This Post

Feathers of Hope

First Nations youth call for five-year action plan

Ontario’s First Nations youth are calling for a five-year provincial action plan to address a wide reange of urgent needs, including the legacy of residential schools, substance abuse, suicide, education, sultural heritage and even corruption on reserves.

https://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2014/02/24/first_nations_youth_call_for_fiveyear_action_plan.html

 

Share This Post

Samantha Crowe has been with the Ontario Child Advocate since 2012. Her role in the first five years at the office was a Youth Amplifier on the Feathers of Hope project. In 2017, Samantha became a Community Development Advisor. She is a proud Anishinaabe Kwe from Lake Helen First Nation, but resides in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Samantha has recently graduated from Lakehead University with an Honours Bachelor of Social Work Degree, with a Concentration of Indigenous Learning. When Samantha is not busy with school or work, she loves to be on the land, play hockey or baseball, spend time with friends and family, travel, and be creative in whatever way she can. She is passionate about young people in her work and everyday life because she believes that everyone should have equal opportunity to play, learn, and grow into the person they want to be.

Lost Password

Register